Are there any tax reduction programs?
Non-business credit: All residential and agricultural property in the state automatically qualify for the non-business credit. The state pays 10% of your tax liability on your behalf.

Owner-Occupancy Credit: Residential property qualifies for this program if the property owner-occupied and the property owner does not claim any other property as their primary residence. To qualify for this program, you must file an application with the Greene County Auditor prior to the first Monday in June. Rental property does not qualify for the credit.

Homestead: If you are 65 or older or are permanently disabled you may qualify to have the taxes on the first $25,000 of your appraised value paid by the State of Ohio. Please visit the Homestead page to learn more.

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1. What period do my property taxes cover?
2. Is it true that a levy can be passed in November 2013 and be on my tax bill in 2014?
3. If my property value is decreased, does that mean I will see a reduction on my taxes?
4. How are tax rates determined?
5. What are the different types of levies?
6. Are there any tax reduction programs?
7. What is the effective tax rate?
8. Can you explain a taxing division?
9. What value does the county use to determine my taxes?