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My mobile home has a carport and screen porch, do I have to pay taxes for that, too?
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If your mobile home has a carport, screen porch, or anything that is considered an attachment, you may also be subject to personal property taxes. However, affective 2008, with Amendment 1, the gross tax due will typically fall under $15.00 and be considered MINTAX (Minimum Tax), which means that no personal property taxes would be due in this case and you will not be billed, unless the law changes.  If taxes are due, you will be mailed a Tangible Personal Property Tax bill around the beginning of November.

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