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Business Property Tax In California: What You Need To Know

Posted by James Frazier on Nov 5, 2019 3:40:00 PM

Business property tax in California has continued to increase in recent years. In fact, in 2017, California had the largest dollar increase in the U.S. in business property tax revenue—$1.5 billion more than the year before. And even though California property tax increases have been fairly predictable for the last few decades, all that may be about to change thanks to the split roll property tax initiative that will unfold in 2020.

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Topics: Business personal property tax, California business property tax

Business Personal Property Tax: How To Maximize Your Efficiency

Posted by James Frazier on Oct 22, 2019 1:59:00 PM

For companies of all sizes, handling business personal property taxes can be a beast.

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Topics: Business personal property tax, Business property tax

How To Allocate Distributed Business Personal Property Assets The Right Way

Posted by Carl Hoemke on Nov 26, 2018 1:45:08 PM

Cable companies, railroad companies, natural gas and oil companies—these are some of the types of organizations whose primary assets tend to cross county or jurisdictional borders. Because taxes are assessed on property located in specific jurisdictions, that creates a challenge when it comes to business personal property tax filings: How do you properly distribute the value of those assets over the various jurisdictions in which they’re located? This article examines the most efficient method for doing that, as well as how to choose the right allocation metrics to ensure the fairest possible distribution of value.

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Topics: Business personal property tax

The Business Personal Property Tax Dictionary: 30 Terms

Posted by James Frazier on Jan 24, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Property tax is a complex world where exceptions are the rule. These rules can vary by jurisdiction, and no two places refer to the same thing in the same way! There are in-depth publications and countless county websites that define their own unique property tax terminology, however, we decided to condense all that information into some core concepts that, once you know them, will help you navigate more proficiently through these complexities.

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Topics: Business personal property tax