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|My property tax bill is too high; why is the Tax Collector charging me so much?
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The Tax Collector has no involvement in determining the amount of the bill; he serves only as the collection agent. The Manatee County Property Appraiser assesses the value of the property and the millage rate is determined by the various taxing authorities. Please visit the Florida Tax Watch website for more information.
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