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Old 09-03-2015, 08:44 AM   #15
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Can anyone give me a for instance of what the personal property taxes come out to annually on their motorhome. Or what their neighbor pays? I understand a different county might be higher or lower....this is all new to me living in ny.
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Old 09-03-2015, 09:09 AM   #16
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Home base is around the Columbia, MO area. We are in Callaway County, witch is MUCH cheaper on personal property taxes than Boone County. Every county's tax rate is different.


If Cape is your destination, check out their web page. Cape Girardeau County - Homepage
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Old 09-03-2015, 12:52 PM   #17
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https://www.cityofcapegirardeau.org/...eau-Taxes.aspx

State Property Tax
Properties are assessed taxes based on their uses. Residential properties are assessed at 19% of their fair market value. Personal property is assessed at
one-third (or 33.3%) of true value throughout the state. Commercial and industrial properties are assessed at 32% of their fair market value.

Local Property Tax
Local Property Tax is an aggregate of school, city, county, and state levies, and is expressed in a tax per $100 of assessed value on residential properties.

Example Homeowner's Combined State and Local Tax Bill Estimate
A homeowner with a $50,000 house and two cars worth a total of $15,000, living in Cape Girardeau city/county where the tax rates levied by the local governments (including the Missouri state 3-cent levy) total 5.1152%, would have taxes calculated:


Full Value
Assessed Value
Home
$50,000 x 19%
$9,500
Cars
$15,000 x 33.3%
$5,000
Total Assessed Valuation
$14,500
Local Tax Rate Per $100
0.051152
Estimated Tax Levied
$741.70








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Old 09-04-2015, 04:16 AM   #18
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Ahhhhhhhh....I see said the blind man....Thanks for all the reviews and the math lesson. Couldn't of figured it. I will look into what tax rates are in the Cape and surrounding counties also commute time. Lets go mets.
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I lived in Phelps county and owned a 25 acre parcel with horses. my property tax ran just under $250 dollars a year and personal property ran about the same. Would have been a might higher in NY just for the property.
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I lived in Phelps county and owned a 25 acre parcel with horses. my property tax ran just under $250 dollars a year and personal property ran about the same. Would have been a might higher in NY just for the property.

Good ol Phelps county...... UMR (now MUST) Mining Engr. grad here!
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We have officially just left Missouri. We're now SD residents, but we lived in MO since 1986. We lived in west central Missouri for 12 years, and moved to the Ozarks in 1998. Compared to Nebraska, where we grew up, Missouri has FAR more trees, which we like.

Missouri was a Civil War battleground (LOTS of battles fought here) and in some ways the war is still being fought. The northern half of the State seems to be more hurried, while the southern half is slower paced. Taxes in the rural areas are generally pretty low. Missouri does have both sales and income taxes.

BTW, we're at Binder Lake campground right now. Not sure if we're actually in the city limits of Jefferson City or not, but pretty close. Nice little campground, $18/night with 50A and sewer at each site, and a water connection between sites. For some reason, though, even though two sites are expected to use one water tap, it only has one thread, so someone has to have a splitter.
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how long in Mo.? I live 20 Min from binder. would love to lay an eyeball on you!
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