What is the Teeter Plan?

Beginning in 1993 to 1994, Placer County implemented the alternative method of apportionment commonly referred to as the Teeter Plan. The basic concept of the Teeter Plan is that the County apportions to taxing agencies 100% of their secured (and supplemental secured) levy (adjusted for roll changes), with the County owning the delinquent receivables. Placer County “Teeters” all secured ad valorem taxes as well as all direct charges (with the exception of 1915 Act Bond and Mello Roos charges). 55% of the current secured roll is apportioned in December, 40% in April and 5% in June. We also distribute any adjustments due to roll changes processed during the year in June.

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1. What is the assessed value of a specific tax rate area (TRA) or a specific taxing entity?
2. How are property taxes allocated?
3. What are the increment factors for a specific tax rate area (TRA)?
4. What is the Teeter Plan?