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Do You Need Property Tax Appeal Software?

Posted by Lisa English on Oct 1, 2018 8:47:56 AM

Planning to appeal your property taxes? If you’ve done your homework, your efforts will likely save your organization a fair amount of money. You might be wondering, though, if property tax appeal software would be a helpful tool to have at your disposal. Will it help streamline the process? Will it prevent errors? Will it give you a leg up in meeting deadlines?

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Topics: Property tax appeals, Property tax software

Is It Worth The Cost To Appeal Your Business Property Tax Assessment?

Posted by Carl Hoemke on Sep 6, 2018 2:52:33 PM

After you receive an assessment for your business/commercial property, you may find yourself questioning the amount—but also wondering if it’s worth the cost to appeal the property tax assessment. In many cases, particularly for companies experiencing technological or economic change, the answer is yes. But a property tax appeal doesn’t make sense for every piece of property. While the answer isn’t a simple yes or no, there are a few tips to help you determine whether or not it’s worth the cost to appeal your business property tax assessment.

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Topics: Property tax appeals

4 Commercial Property Valuation Methods (So You Know How To Appeal)

Posted by Carl Hoemke on Jul 3, 2018 10:46:57 AM

You’ve just received an assessment notice for one of your commercial properties—now what? If the amount seems too high, hopefully you or another member of your property tax team will check the accuracy of the valuation by using one or more commercial property valuation method, and then appeal if need be. (Don’t have time to do all that? There are software tools that can help.)

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Topics: Property tax appeals

A Sample Property Tax Appeal Letter & Tips For Successful Filing

Posted by Lisa English on May 10, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Taxes are still one of the certainties in life (it’s nice to know some things haven’t changed since the 18th century), but the same can’t be said for the amount of taxes paid. Thanks to the property tax appeal process, valuation amounts are never set in stone—as long as you take full advantage of your right to challenge an unfair assessment.

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Topics: Property tax appeals