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One91 referendum 2019. vote nov.5

Tax Impact

The estimated tax impact for typical residential homesteads, apartments, commercial-industrial properties, and most other classes of property within Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 for 2020 is shown in the table below:

Estimated Tax Impact for the Referendum Levy Only
Estimated Market Value Monthly Revoked Authority for 2020 Monthly Proposed Authority for 2020 Monthly Net Change for 2020
$200,000 -$25 $30 $5
225,000 -28.08 33.83 5.75
250,000 -31.25 37.58 6.33
300,000 -37.5 45.08 7.58
350,000 -43.75 52.58 8.83

The estimated tax impact was provided by Ehlers & Associates.

There are certain Minnesota Tax Credits and Deferrals that may affect certain property owners’ situations. For instance, if a homeowners adjusted gross income is less than about $113,000, they may qualify for the Homestead Credit Refund.

To determine eligibility and refund amounts, complete Minnesota tax form M1PR

Also, senior citizens whose income is $60,000 or less may be able to defer a portion of their property taxes. The program limits the total amount of property taxes they pay based on their income and helps provide predictability for people who may be on a fixed income. 

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