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This is one of a series of NebGuides on financing state and local government. This publication describes how property taxes support local government functions.
The property tax is the primary source of revenue for more than 3,000 units of local government in Nebraska, including school districts, counties and municipalities. In 1991, statewide property tax levies totalled $1.257 billion, a sum that approximated the combined revenues from state income and sales taxes.
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