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2020 Personal Property Tax (PPT) Reimbursements

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Information about Tax Year 2020 PPT Reimbursements distributed in:

October 2020

February 2021

May 2021

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2020 PPT Distributions, Calculations, and Breakdowns by Millage

Two parked, yellow school buses.
Person walking on a crosswalk in Grand Rapids Michigan.
A road in downtown Marquette Michigan.

Tax Increment Finance Authorities (TIFAs)

2020 Calculation Input Data

City Buildings

Millage Rate Comparison Reports

The LCSA Act requires Treasury to annually calculate each municipality's millage rate eligible for reimbursement by May 1 (MCL 123.1345(x)(ii), MCL 123.1353(5)(b), MCL 123.1353(5)(c), MCL 123.1353(5)(d)).

School Districts

School District (Non-Debt)

School District (Debt)

Intermediate School Districts

Intermediate School District (Non-Debt)

Intermediate School District (Debt)

Counties, Townships, Cities, Villages, Community Colleges, and Authorities

County, City, Village, and Township

Community College

Authority (Updated October 2020)

Taxable Values Used in the PPT Reimbursement Calculations

Tax Increment Finance Authority (TIFA) Reimbursement Captures

The LCSA Act requires Treasury to subtract from a municipality’s PPT reimbursement the portion that has been captured by one or more TIFAs claiming reimbursement due to a decline in captured personal property taxable value related to the municipality’s millages (MCL 123.1354(1)(d), MCL 123.1354(2)(d), MCL 123.1354(2)(f), MCL 123.1354(4)(d), MCL 123.1355(d), MCL 123.1356(d), and MCL 123.1357(4)(b)(iv)). The amount captured by the TIFAs may exceed the amount subtracted from a municipality’s PPT reimbursement if the TIFAs’ decline in captured personal property taxable value exceeds the municipality’s decline in personal property taxable value.

2020 TIFA PPT Reimbursement Capture (updated May 2021)

2020 TIFA PPT Reimbursement Capture