Missouri State Auditor reports on 2023 local property tax rates

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Missouri State Auditor, Scott Fitzpatrick, has released his office’s annual review of local property tax rates.

The State Auditor’s Office has been reviewing rates each year since 1985 to determine their compliance with state law and to monitor rate adjustments, ensuring revenue neutrality as required by law. The office does not make recommendations on property tax rates or increases.

The report details property tax rates reported to the State Auditor’s Office by local government entities, including cities, counties, schools, and fire districts. In 2023, the staff reviewed 4,846 property tax rates from 2,804 taxing authorities. For the ninth consecutive year, the State Auditor’s Office found that no taxing authorities levied a tax rate exceeding the certified tax rate.

A complete review of the 2023 property tax rates is available here.

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