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#2214310 - 05/23/19 08:11 PM Property Tax Estimator
Dan Persfull Offline
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I ran across this property tax estimator while looking for something else.

Thought I would share it as a FYI.

https://gateway.ifionline.org/CalculatorsDLGF/TaxCalculator.aspx
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#2214324 - 05/24/19 12:18 PM Re: Property Tax Estimator Dan Persfull
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Thanks, Dan. FYI for anyone using this - when I pull up my personal residence, the deductions are spot on, but the annual tax bill is about half of what it should be (the annual amount listed is closer to a single installment rather than the full year amount).
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#2214331 - 05/24/19 01:39 PM Re: Property Tax Estimator Dan Persfull
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We ran a couple of test by choosing the county and township and all of ours were pretty close. As an example the one property we were looking at was being used as a comp to estimate the taxes on new unassessed property. The actual tax bill was $1362.38 and this calculator calculated $1368.

Also Adam, I thought you lived in Ohio.
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#2214340 - 05/24/19 02:28 PM Re: Property Tax Estimator Dan Persfull
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I just ran a few more in my area and it looks like houses in town are about twice the amount listed on the calculator, where houses out of town are much closer. I have heard that my area has high taxes in town, but the calculator doesn't differentiate between being in town or not as the township expands into rural areas.

Originally Posted By Dan Persfull
Also Adam, I thought you lived in Ohio.

Nope. Been a Hoosier for a long time now, though I worked for a company based in Ohio when we first met. wink
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