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Thinking About Home Improvement? Tips To Keep Your Property Taxes From Skyrocketing

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As if there aren’t already enough factors to consider when organizing a home improvement project, don’t forget to add property tax assessments to the list. Property tax is a real estate tax…

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How to Protect Your Home From Winter Weather

Much to our dismay,  summer is coming to a close. With winter weather approaching in just a few months, now is the time to get your home and yard ready for the…

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Reformed Property Tax Code of Texas: What is the New Limit of the Annual Tax Rate Increase?

Ever wonder why Texas has a higher property tax than California, even though it is more expensive to live there? There is one big reason: That’s because California is protected by a…

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Updates on the Adoption of Budget of the Reformed Property Code of Texas

Budgets are important to keep a town, city, state, or nation progressive. Places that have higher tax rates are expected to have a better way of life. But who creates these budgets?…

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Taxpayers Should Know about the Changes on the Voter Petition to Reduce Tax Rate

If you don’t know yet, it is possible for voters to petition to reduce the tax rate in Texas. This normally happens when the increase has passed the limit stated by the…

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Water Code Updates of the Reformed Property Tax Code of Texas

Water is a huge part of every property, regardless of whether it’s residential or commercial. But can or will it affect your property tax? In general, what should you know about the…

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The Comptroller’s Duty in the Determination of School District Property Values

When you pay your property taxes, it’s important to be aware of who works behind the scenes. You might have heard about the comptroller but never knew what their exact line of…

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Important Changes on the Election to Approve Healthy and Safety Code Rollback

The Texas Tax Code has undergone certain revisions this year. It includes that of Section 77 with section 281.124. This part discusses the election on approving tax rates and rollbacks. Since the…

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Taxpayer’s Guide to Rollback Tax Rate Provisions of the Reformed Texas Property Code

Taxes are one of the toughest subjects to talk about for every layperson. Appraisals, rollback tax rates, provisions, and other terms are confusing. But as a taxpayer, you must try and understand…

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A DEFERRAL OF DELINQUENT TAX SUIT DURING APPEAL: What You Need to Know about This New Section in the Reformed Property Tax Code of Texas

A lot of property owners express concern about the status of their taxes and properties. That is why it’s important to know when property taxes are due and when it’s considered delinquent….

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Arbitrator’s Fee Updates Based on the Reformed Property Tax Code of Texas

Settling taxes can be a great deal of a job. If you are a property owner, you’d want to make sure you’re on top of the news. This includes being familiar with…

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Taxpayers Should Pay Attention to Supplementary Notice of Hearing on Tax Rate Increase

Tax rates can be tricky when you live in parts of Texas. This is true for both homeowners and business owners. If you want to make sure that your property is under…

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Understanding the Petition to Reduce Tax Rate of Taxing Unit in the Property Tax Reform of Texas

What does the new Senate Bill 2 mean for Texas property owners? Dealing with tax rates has been something that is puzzling and also challenging to understand. Not everyone who owns a…

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Understanding the “No-New-Revenue” Tax Rate and Its Use According to the Texas Property Tax Reform Law

Some of the many amendments introduced in the Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act of 2019 focus on the “no-new-revenue” tax rate. The “no-new-revenue tax rate” replaces “effective tax rate” in…

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Requirements for Protest Hearing Notice in the Property Tax Reform of Texas

Property values are on the constant rise. It doesn’t only apply to one city but in all of Texas. This gives property owners anxiety when receiving their monthly mail. Are you always…

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Renewal Requirements for Arbitrators in the Property Tax Reform of Texas

A lot of people are happy about the latest Property Tax Bill for Texas. This update helped fix the major flaws found in the system, with the help of Senate Bill 2…

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Qualifications to Be an Arbitrator in the Reformed Property Tax Code of Texas

The Texas Administrative Code received an update this year. This is something that many property owners in Texas have been waiting for. This is because there have been quite a few flaws…

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The New Property Tax Terms You Need to Know, as Defined by Senate Bill 2

A top priority of state lawmakers for many years, the Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act of 2019 was finally signed into law last month. The expansive Senate Bill 2 (SB2)…

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What Are the Requirements for Voter-approval Tax Rate Relief for Pollution Control?

The Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act of 2019 aims to reduce the tax burden on property owners. It does this by requiring voter approval before taxing units can increase their…

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Texas Property Tax Reform: Requirements for an Election to Approve a New Tax Rate

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed the Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act of 2019 into law last month. The new legislation, long a priority of Texas lawmakers, introduces measures that will…

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