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IRS Safe Harbors to Remember This Tax Season

Posted on January 21, 2022

January is here and it’s time to start gearing up to do your civic duty and pay your taxes. Although most commercial owners are able to pay their taxes annually with no problems, there’s never a reason to miss out on saving money where possible. There are several IRS safe harbors and deductions that property […]

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Commercial Property Tax Exemptions You May Be Missing Out On

Posted on December 27, 2021

Commercial property taxes are something that every business owner wants to save money on whenever possible. It’s the biggest reason we see so many property tax protests and thoroughly review early assessments for our clients. While property tax protests are a great way to save money on commercial property taxes, there are many tax exemptions […]

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6 Reasons to Be Thankful for Property Taxes

Posted on November 30, 2021

Even though property taxes are our livelihood at The Hegwood Group, we know that no one loves to pay them. While the ever-increasing annual property tax in Texas may seem a burden to most people every year, the truth is that property taxes greatly benefit the social and economic aspects of communities.  As we move […]

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How Can Commercial Property Owners Benefit from Tax Abatements?

Posted on October 29, 2021

Commercial property owners have enough responsibilities on their hands. Worrying about overpaying on property taxes every year shouldn’t have to be one of them. Fortunately, there are property tax abatement programs that can help property owners save money every year on their real estate taxes and set themselves up for a lucrative sale when the […]

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Why Should You Focus On Your Commercial Property Tax Payments This Fall?

Posted on September 27, 2021

October is just around the corner and it’s time for commercial real estate owners to wait for their annual property tax bill to arrive in the mail.  Although property taxes aren’t considered late until February 1st, getting a bill in October doesn’t mean you should sit around until the deadline.  Take advantage of the extra […]

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How to Survive a Commercial Property Tax Audit

Posted on August 26, 2021

Getting audited is any property owner or taxpayer’s worst nightmare. However, the sad fact is that many people either make mistakes on their commercial property taxes and wind up in the government’s hot seat. Here’s a closer look at why a commercial property tax audit would occur and what property owners can do to try […]

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