INVER GROVE HEIGHTS PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION
|Property Taxes – Payable|
|Property Tax Information||Economic Market Value Information|
|State Tax Rate||50.83%||Commercial||$327,856,469.00|
|Municipal Tax Rate||36.23%||Residential||$2,540,072,714.00|
|School Tax Rate||19.93%||Utility||$73,583,00.00|
|Misc. Tax Rate||4.62%||Other||$361,908,100.00|
|Total Tax Rate||137.93%||Total||$|
SOUTH SAINT PAUL PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION
|Property Taxes – Payable 2006|
|Property Tax Information||Assessed Market Value Information|
|State Tax Rate||50.83%||Commercial||$149,895,900|
|Municipal Tax Rate||35.00%||Residential||$1,065,039,560|
|County Tax Rate||24.10%||Other||$197,462,693|
|School Tax Rate||25.85%|
|Misc. Tax Rate||5.91%|
|Total Tax Rate||141.68%||Total||$1,412,398,153|
Minnesota commercial real estate taxes are based upon market value of taxable property as set by the local assessor. To calculate the tax for the current year, first compute the tax capacity by multiplying all property value up to $150,000 times .015, plus any value over $150,000 times .02. Example: net tax capacity on a $200,000 business property: ($150,000 X .015) + ($50,000 X .02) = $2,250 + $1,000 = $3,250. Tax capacity times the tax rate equals taxes owed. Commercial and industrial property must also pay a state property tax, which is equal to the tax capacity times the State Tax Rate.
In some localities where voters have approved referendums, an additional referendum tax must be added, calculated by multiplying the referendum tax rate times the total market value of the commercial property.
Please note: Specific property tax classifications and computations can be more complex and result in different tax amounts. This simplified explanation applies in the most general situations and will allow a business to roughly estimate its potential property tax burden. The county assessor or auditor may be able to answer questions about specific properties and uses.