The owner of a mythical median-valued home in Wisconsin would see a smaller property tax bill under the version of the budget the Joint Finance Committee approved last week vs. the one Gov. Tony Evers proposed, according to the Legislative Fiscal Bureau.
The median-valued home, now worth $197,200, would see a property tax bill this December of $3,214 under the Joint Finance budget before going up to $3,246 next year.
By comparison, Evers’ budget would’ve produced property tax bills of $3,286 and $3,381.
That’s a total of $207 in savings under the Joint Finance version.
Both budgets would drive...