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Local Property Taxes

Conservation easements may reduce property taxes. However, property taxes on agricultural land in Mississippi are reduced because they are based on a property's productivity rather than fair market value. Conservation easements on land not classified as agricultural may reduce property taxes to the extent the value of the land is reduced. But it is important to remember that property taxes are determined by the county tax assessor-collector.

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Conservation Easements
What Is a Conservation Easement?
Why Use a Conservation Easement?
What is the Uniform Conservation Easement Act?
Frequently Asked Questions about Conservation Easements
Financial Benefits of Conservation Easements
Federal Income Tax Deduction
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