What is the 1st Dollar Credit?
The 1st Dollar Credit is a credit on your property tax bill for any real estate parcel on which at least one improvement by the land owner is located. The credit should be automatically applied to all qualifying properties. This value is calculated every year by the Department of Revenue after considering the projected number of claims and school property tax rates (for K-8, Union High, and K-12 school districts).

The credit on the December 2016 property tax bills for eligible parcels is $83.37. For taxpayers who pay their taxes in 2 or more installments, the credit is applied equally to each installment.

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1. How do I change the mailing address on a tax bill?
2. How do I change a name on a tax bill?
3. How can I get a copy of a paid receipt for my property taxes?
4. What is the 1st Dollar Credit?
5. Where will my tax bill be mailed?
6. When are my taxes owed?
7. Where do I pay my taxes?
8. What if my escrow check is more than my tax payment?
9. Do I need to endorse my escrow check?
10. Am I eligible for the Lottery Credit?
11. How do I figure out my tax bill?
12. Where do my tax dollars go?