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The property tax bill I received in August was less than another bill I received after that; why is that?
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You are probably referring to a TRIM (Truth In Millage) Notice of Proposed Taxes that is sent in August of each year by the Property Appraiser to alert the property owner of the "proposed" taxes.

In November, the tax bill is sent by the Tax Collector and is based on the final values certified by the Property Appraiser.

Any questions concerning your assessed value should be directed to the Property Appraiser's Office 941.748.8208, or visit their website at www.manateepao.com.

 
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