Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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2010 ISD Summary Worksheet

059/Deaf Smith

059-902/Walcott ISD

Category Local Tax Roll Value 2010 WTD Mean Ratio 2010 PTD Value Estimate 2010 Value Assigned
A. Single-Family Residences 899,900 N/A 899,900 899,900
B. Multi-Family Residences 0 N/A 0 0
C. Vacant Lots 500 N/A 500 500
D. Rural Real(Taxable) 39,914,051 1.0000 39,914,051 39,914,051
F1. Commercial Real 13,400 N/A 13,400 13,400
F2. Industrial Real 407,800 N/A 407,800 407,800
G. Oil, Gas, Minerals 1,000 N/A 1,000 1,000
J. Utilities 3,700,900 N/A 3,700,900 3,700,900
L1. Commercial Personal 225,600 N/A 225,600 225,600
L2. Industrial Personal 143,900 N/A 143,900 143,900
M. Other Personal 24,200 N/A 24,200 24,200
N. Intangible Pers/Uncert 0 N/A 0 0
O. Residential Inventory 0 N/A 0 0
S. Special Inventory 0 N/A 0 0
Subtotal 45,331,251 45,331,251 45,331,251
Less Total Deductions 1,252,989   1,252,989 1,252,989
Total Taxable Value 44,078,262 44,078,262 44,078,262 T2
Category D Detail Local Tax Roll Ratio PTD Value
Market Value Non-Qualified Acres And Farm/Ranch Imp 6,931,150 N/A 6,931,150
Prod Value Qualified Acres 32,982,901 1.0000 32,982,901
Taxable Value 39,914,051   39,914,051

The taxable values shown here will not match the values reported by your appraisal district

See the ISD DEDUCTION Report for a breakdown of deduction values

Government code subsections 403.302 (J) AND (K) require the Comptroller to certify alternative measures of school district Wealth (T1, T3, T4, T5 and T6) in addition to the traditional measure (T2). Questions about the extent to which any of these wealth measures affect school funding should be directed to the Division Of State Funding at the Texas Education Agency, Telephone #512-463-9238.

T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6
44,346,040 44,078,262 44,346,040 44,078,262 44,078,262 44,078,262

Loss To
the Additional
$10,000 Homestead
50% of the loss
To the Local Optional
Percentage Homestead
267,778 0

T1 = School district taxable value before the loss to the additional $10,000 homestead exemption

T2 = School district taxable value after the loss to the additional $10,000 homestead exemption and the tax ceiling reduction

T3 = T1 minus 50% of the loss to the local optional percentage homestead exemption

T4 = T2 minus 50% of the loss to the local optional percentage homestead exemption

T5 = T2 Before the loss to the tax ceiling reduction

T6 = T5 Minus 50% of the loss to the local optional percentage homestead exemption

The PVS found your local value to be valid, and local value was certified

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