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Are You Prepared for Property Tax Season?

Posted on January 25, 2021

Property tax season is just around the corner and we understand that this time of the year can be stressful for homeowners and business owners. So, that’s why we think now is the time to remind all of Dallas’ property owners that there is always the opportunity to be prepared for a less cumbersome season. […]

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What Aspect of Your Property Tax is Tax Deductible?

Posted on December 21, 2020

2020 is finally coming to a close and many Texans are starting to think about the impending tax season. One of the biggest perks that people try to gain when filing their taxes are deductions. Work equipment they’ve bought and miles traveled for work are usual deductions. But did you know that parts of your […]

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Do You Qualify for the Agricultural Property Tax Exemption?

Posted on November 26, 2020

Texas is a state that is full of land that is ripped and ready for agricultural use. However, many people entering the agriculture industry don’t realize that their land can actually be more fruitful than perceived. Aside from the financial benefits of growing and distributing crops and timber, property owners can actually save money on […]

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How to Proactively Plan a Tax Appeal in the Age of Covid-19

Posted on October 30, 2020

2020 has brought several changes to our lives with the surge of COVID-19 cases throughout the state of Texas. During this time, the economy slowed to a halt and has just now begun to grind the gears of progress once again. Many retail property owners have found themselves in dire circumstances and worried about how […]

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Property Lien Scams: Taxpayers Beware

Posted on September 30, 2020

A tax lien from any governing agency is one of the most frightening scenarios for any taxpayer. This is especially true when it comes to unpaid property taxes or threats from higher government agencies to take over your property if payment isn’t received. However, while any tax lien message should be taken seriously, scammers can […]

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5 Common Real Estate Tax Mistakes

Posted on August 31, 2020

Real estate tax can be a confusing subject and it’s easy to make mistakes that can financially put you in a bad place. If you’re a first time investor in real estate and dread the looming tax seasons, here are five mistakes you should avoid in order to save some money on your property taxes […]

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