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Education Subsidy Information for Property Tax Bill*

Warrant Article Information for Property Tax Bill - Section F of the ED 279 Report

  • FY 2017-18 If your budget was approved prior to the Enacted Budget - Use the Not Yet Enacted Warrant Articles Information
  • FY 2017-18 If your budget was approved after the Enacted Budget - Use the Enacted Warrant Articles Information
   

FY 2017-18 Enacted

FY 2017-18 Not Yet Enacted

2007-2008

2006-2007

2005-2006

2004-2005

 

*Taxation statute regarding property tax bill:

36 MRSA §507. TAXPAYER INFORMATION

A municipality that issues a property tax bill to a taxpayer must issue the following information.

1Reductions to tax.  The property tax bill must contain a statement or calculation that demonstrates the amount or percentage by which the taxpayer's tax has been reduced by the distribution of state-municipal revenue sharing, state reimbursement for the Maine resident homestead property tax exemption and state aid for education. The State Tax Assessor shall annually provide each municipality with the amount of state-municipal revenue sharing and state aid for education subject to identification under this section.

2Distribution to education and government.  The property tax bill must indicate the percentage of property taxes distributed to education and local, county and state government.

3Indebtedness.  The property tax bill must indicate the outstanding bonded indebtedness of the issuing municipality as of the date the bill is issued.

4Due date and interest.  Each property tax bill issued by a municipality must clearly state the date interest will begin to accrue on delinquent taxes.

 

Please send any questions to:

Paula Gravelle or Tyler Backus

GPA Support Services Team
23 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333
Phone: (207) 624-6790
Fax: (207) 624-6791