What is taxable value?
This term refers to the value capped by Proposal A, which is multiplied by the millage rate to calculate your tax bill. It may not increase annually greater than the lesser of 5% or the inflation rate plus the value of losses and additions caused by physical changes in that property that are not present on the record card. The taxable value equals the assessment if the ownership of the property is transferred.

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1. What are assessments?
2. What is true cash value?
3. What is taxable value?
4. If I put an addition on my home, how will it impact my assessment / taxable value and my taxes?
5. How do I change my name or mailing address on my assessment and taxes?