Tips and Tricks for Homeowners Make When Filing Their Taxes

Tips and Tricks for Homeowners Make When Filing Their Taxes

Owning a home is a dream for everyone. There are many ways you can use your home for tax deductions. As you file your tax return this year, make sure you are filling out the correct forms and checking the correct boxes. Errors in filing are common and can cost you big...
What To Do If I No Longer Qualify for Tax Deferral?

What To Do If I No Longer Qualify for Tax Deferral?

A property tax deferral is a good option to delay paying your property taxes. If you are over the age of 65 or meet the Social Security Administration definition of disabled, a property tax deferral might be a good option for you. Not all properties will qualify for a...
How to Protest Your Property Taxes

How to Protest Your Property Taxes

Every year the County Appraisal District evaluates and sets values on every single property in the county. These values are used to set the property taxes. If you receive your “Notice of Appraised Value” report and feel that it was assessed an unfair value, you have...
Are You Struggling to Pay Your Property Taxes in Texas?

Are You Struggling to Pay Your Property Taxes in Texas?

Many Texans have lost their jobs due to the pandemic and are finding it hard to make ends meet. Those Texans who are property owners must now figure out a way to pay their property taxes before the penalties and fees grow exceedingly large. The results for a property...
Exemptions for Disabled Veterans

Exemptions for Disabled Veterans

In Texas, like homestead owners who are over the age of 65, property owners who are also Disabled Veterans have several property tax breaks offered to them. Exemptions help save money on property taxes by reducing the taxable value of the property. If you are a...
Property Tax Breaks for Seniors

Property Tax Breaks for Seniors

In general, if you fail to pay property taxes in Texas, there is a possibility of the county foreclosing on your property. Texas authorities calculate the property taxes by multiplying the tax rate by the house’s taxable value. Texas has 254 counties; every...