2018 County and Township Millage rates:
2017 School Millage Rate 120.71
As always please contact the tax office with any questions or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are responsible for collecting three taxes for three taxing authorities.
- COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT – (TOTAL CRSD MILLAGE – 123.607 mills)
- REAL-ESTATE TAX
- Northampton Township Occupational / Per Capita Tax (OCC)
- NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP – (TOTAL TOWNSHIP MILLAGE – 14.9111 mills)
- REAL-ESTATE TAX
- REFUSE COLLECTION FEE
- BUCKS COUNTY – REAL-ESTATE TAX – (TOTAL COUNTY MILLAGE- 24.4500 mills)
- After April 30th the 2018 County & Township tax Bills are due with a 10% PENALTY until December 31st.
School real estate discount period is until August 31st, FACE amount due until OCTOBER 31st. A 10% PENALTY from November 1st until December 31st.
The County & Township Bills are mailed on March 1st.
County and Township discount due date is April 30th. Face due date is until June 30th.
School Real-estate bills will be mailed out July 1st. Discount until August 31st. FACE amount due until OCTOBER 31, 2018. 10% PENALTY from November 1, 2018 until December 31st.
ALL DELINQUENT TAXES are then turned over to Bucks County in early January who will place Liens on all uncollected properties.
What is ‘Millage Rate’
The millage rate is the amount per $1,000 of property value that is used to calculate local property taxes. Assigned millage rates are multiplied by the total taxable value of the property in order to arrive at the property taxes. Taxing Authorities also use millage rates to calculate local taxes to be collected based on a derivation of the total property value within school district boundaries.
A home’s tax-assessed value is a percentage of its market value. The millage rate has an impact on the property’s tax-assessed value.
Current Property Millage (Tax) Rates are set by school districts, municipalities and the county. Property tax rates in Pennsylvania are referred to as millage rates, and they are figured in mills. One mill is equal to 1/1,000 of a dollar.
To calculate your tax bill:
- Convert the millage rate to its decimal equivalent to make the calculation easier. To do so, multiply the millage rate by .001.
o Example: 5 mills X .001=.005
• Multiply this figure by the property’s assessed value
o Example: A Tax Rate of 5 mills and a property assessed at $150,000
o Calculation: $150,000 X .005=$750