What is a mill?
A mill is one-thousandth of a dollar. For convenience in Oklahoma, a tax rate (the sum of all mills levied) is expressed as dollars per thousand dollars of assessed value. A Tax rate of 80 mills, for example, would be 80 tax dollars.

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1. What is the job of the County Assessor?
2. Does the County Assessor determine fence lines/boundaries?
3. Does the County Assessor have contact information other than a mailing address?
4. How do I figure my tax?
5. How are tax rates set for my property?
6. What is a mill?
7. Where does my property tax money go?
8. When do I pay my tax?