What is the difference between "real" and "personal" property?
Real property is typically land, buildings (including homes) and other permanent structures. A homeowner pays real property taxes on their home. "Personal" property is typically machinery and equipment used in a business. A business taxpayer may therefore receive bills for both real and personal property. In Taylor, a personal property parcel number will start with the sequence 60-999-00.

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1. What is the millage rate?
2. What is the difference between "real" and "personal" property?
3. How are taxes calculated?
4. What is a mill?
5. What is the City's millage rate for Summer 2015 Tax Roll?
6. Why were new line items included on the Summer tax bill: “Garbage and Disposal Tax,” “Police and Fire Pension,” and “Taylor Building Authority”?
7. What levies are included under the “City of Taylor” tax line item?
8. What is the “Garbage and Disposal tax” line item?
9. What is the “Police and Fire Pension” tax line item?
10. What is the “Taylor Building Authority” tax line item?
11. What is the difference in total City tax rate from the previous year?
12. Why can the Police and Fire millage rate increase without a vote of the public?
13. What are the main items related to the Winter Tax Bill?
14. What are the various taxing entities?
15. What is the Wayne County EPA levy and when does it expire?