Our Beautiful Treasure Coast
Watching your tax dollars for over 70 years.
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To engage public officials, community leaders, and private sector organizations who may influence the economy and efficiency of Martin County.
We work closely with legislators and state and local administrators to protect taxpayers’ rights and ensure equality and uniformity in appraisals and the imposition of the property tax.
MCTA monitors legal and legislative developments in school finance and keeps its members informed about their impact on local school district funding and property tax levies.
MCTA supports tax and economic development incentives to attract investment and stimulate job growth in Martin County.
The MCTA offers many opportunities to get involved. We are in need of people to attend meetings, do investigation and writers. We can also use people who like to organize events and sales.
If you have some time and experience in just about anything, MCTA can use your help. You can be as involved as you like. You can commit to an hour a month or as much time as you can spare. Its up to you. But, know that it will be a rewarding experience.
For further information, call Darlene at 772-285-7447.
Your Help Will Go A Long Way
By making a donation to the Martin County Tax Payers Association, you are helping us to keep our members and the public informed. We are a 501c3 Nonprofit Organization, and your donation is a tax deduction for you.
Holding Government Accountable
Founded in 1950, the MCTA is the oldest taxpayers association in the state of Florida. Our basic purpose is to review, monitor and report on tax and other financial issues that impact the taxpayers of Martin County.
Our activities involve meeting with local appointed and elected officials including the Board of County Commissioners, the School Board, the County Administrator and/or the staff, the Superintendent of Schools and other key individuals in the County.
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