Here’s Trump’s property tax bill in Palm Beach County this year

His PBC properties were taxed on values of $61M

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Nov.November 06, 2017 04:12 PM

President Trump and the Mar-a-Lago Club (Credit: Mar-A-Lago, GDJ)

President Trump’s Palm Beach County properties raked in nearly $65,000 more in property taxes this year compared to last, according to the tax collector’s office.

The properties include four in Palm Beach: the Mar-a-Lago resort, two adjacent houses, a vacant lot and golf course facilities, that were billed $1.182 million for 2017. Last year, the bills totaled $1.117 million, according to the Palm Beach Daily News.

Trump’s properties in Palm Beach County were taxed on values of $61 million. The bill is roughly $9,000 lower than the tax collector’s estimate that was released in August.

Mar-a-Lago was billed $459,000, based on a taxable value of $23.1 million. The clubhouse at Trump International Gulf Club near West Palm Beach was taxed roughly $141,000 and Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter was taxed about $398,000. [Palm Beach Daily News]Katherine Kallergis


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