Texas Property Tax Code 22.01 requires businesses to file Business Personal Property Tax Returns for all tangible personal property used for the production of income that is owned as of January 1 each year. Many people still neglect and/or fail to render timely by the April 1st deadline. In either Read more…
A reminder for some upcoming property tax events for BPP Returns, Protest and Tax Bills: BPP Returns Due: Connecticut – November 1 Protest Due: California – November 30 (all other counties, if notices issued after July 30). Tax Bills Issued: Texas (beginning Oct.) and Florida (November 1)
After weeks of discussion and changes, the Williamson County Commissioners Court approved the final budgets for the 2018-2019 fiscal year and set the tax rate. Read the full article here.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds business owners that April 17 is the deadline for filing property tax renditions with their county appraisal districts. Read the full article here.
A new record, Americans paid $540,701,000,000 in property taxes last year. Read the article here.
The ‘Dark Store’ valuation method for big box retailers is making waves in Texas. Read the latest here.
This unique valuation approach has been gaining more traction for big box retailers. We have also seen success applying similar methodology to big box furniture and fixtures. To read more about big box assessments click here.
Property taxes are often low on a company’s expense radar, but in some states, the tax liability can be quite significant. Read more about which states pay the highest and the lowest tax rates here.
Austin has decided to continue the fight against commercial property owners. Read the article here.
Texas has one of the nation’s highest property tax rates, read the story from the Houston Chronicle here. Did you know? According to WalletHub, Texans are paying an average of $3,327 in real estate taxes? It’s the fifth highest amount in the United States and 59 percent higher than the average American Read more…