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Property Tax
Property Tax
Counties and municipalities levy a property tax on real and tangible personal property. Most property is assessed at 15% of true value. Motor vehicles and utilities (excluding railroads) are assessed at 30% and owner-occupied residential properties at 10% of true value. Property is appraised and assessed by local assessors. Depreciation is allowed in determining true value. Tax rates are set by the political subdivision based on local budget requirements.

Mississippi does not have a state property tax.

Oktibbeha County Property Taxes
Appraisals are based on current market value and are done by the county tax assessor's office at the county and the city. Assessments are calculated as follows:
Residential Property     10%
Industrial & Commercial     
Real Property     15%
Personal Property     15%

Mileage rates are subject to change each year.
2013 mileage rates (including school tax):     
City Schools:  62.96
City:  21.98
County:  44.93