Will My Taxes Increase Because Of Reappraisal?
Some property owners will notice a decrease in their taxes, some will stay the same and some will pay more taxes. Reappraisal is not implemented to raise taxes; it is intended to distribute the tax burden fairly among all property owners. Also, changes in the total assessed values of other components of the property tax base, such as manufacturing and automobiles, could also result in shifts in tax burden. In addition, the property tax relief credits, which are controlled by the South Carolina General Assembly, may also change affecting the bottom line on the tax bill.

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1. Why Do We Pay Property Tax?
2. Where Does The Property Tax Revenue Go?
3. Why Have Reappraisal?
4. How Is Reappraisal Done?
5. How Will I Be Advised Of My 2013 Reappraisal Change?
6. How Can I Be Sure My Reappraisal Is Fair And Correct?
7. Will My Taxes Increase Because Of Reappraisal?