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HB 0779 - Title Ad Valorem Tax - Change Local Distribution Formula
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Tracking Level: Support
Sponsor: Shaw Blackmon
Last Action: 3/13/2020 - Senate - Senate Read Second Time
House Committee: Ways and Means
Senate Committee: Finance
Assigned To:
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Staff Analysis of the Legislation

 For vehicles registered to an address within city limits, this bill would change the distribution of the local share of title ad valorem taxes (TAVT). The county and city shares would reverse from their current percentages: the county would receive 23% (currently 28%) and the city would receive 28% (currently 23%). The school system would continue to get 49%, unless the city has a municipal school system. In that case, the city would get 49%, the school system would get 28%, and the county would get 23%. The distribution of the local share of TAVT for vehicles registered to an unincorporated address would not change (51% county, 49% schools).

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