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How does Amendment 1 affect my tangible personal property taxes?
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Amendment 1 authorizes an exemption of up to $25,000 of assessed value on tangible personal property. If your taxes are less than $15.00 with the exemption, you will not receive a tax bill, and no tax is due. 

In August, regardless of whether or not taxes are due on your tangible personal property account, you will receive a Notice of Proposed Property Taxes (Truth In Millage, or TRIM, Notice) from the Manatee County Property Appraiser.

 For questions about exemptions, contact the Manatee County Property Appraiser at (941) 748-8208.

 
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