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Benefits of Getting an Atlanta Property Tax Consultant on Board

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Fri, Apr 24, 2015 @ 04 AM

Many taxpayers will rely on their own self-taught knowledge and skills about the property taxation system rather than hire an Atlanta property tax consultant for many reasons. The most common reason is the cost of hiring said tax professional that many people imagine as being on the high end. But this is not so because getting the tax consultant on board will pay dividends, so to speak, that will provide benefits.

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The Two-step Process Applied by the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Wed, Apr 22, 2015 @ 04 PM

The Gwinnett County tax assessor has the duty of assessing properties and issuing tax assessment notices, among others. Taxpayers, on the other hand, have the duty to know the process applied by the tax assessor’s staff in these two aspects for their own benefit. Keep in mind that tax assessments can be appealed (i.e., reduced in value) but tax bills cannot be appealed, thus, emphasizing the importance of appealing your tax assessment within 45 days after its receipt.  

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Information About the Hall County Tax Assessor

Posted by Daniel Jones on Fri, Apr 10, 2015 @ 04 AM

The Hall County tax assessor is beginning to make the rounds again, visiting properties throughout the county and offering assessments. Of course, most homeowners are dreading this, as property values and taxes seem to be on the rise every year. Because of this, you may be looking for some information about the Hall County tax assessor and how everything operates. We thought we’d take the time to share some general information about the tax assessor, which will help you to get through the upcoming property tax season unscathed.

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The Clayton County Tax Assessor and You

Posted by Daniel Jones on Wed, Apr 08, 2015 @ 04 AM

We’ve already passed the first of the year, which means that the Clayton County tax assessor has begun the annual assessments of properties in the area. Although this is likely nothing new to residents of Clayton County, it never hurts to get a refresher course on how the whole process works. For this reason, we thought it would be worthwhile to answer some frequently asked questions that people have about the Clayton County tax assessor.

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Important Information about DeKalb County Tax

Posted by Daniel Jones on Mon, Apr 06, 2015 @ 04 AM

Hopefully, you made it through the last property tax season without any issues. But, even if you did – or if you’re new to DeKalb county – it’s important to know how the DeKalb County Tax Assessor works, and what the property tax system is like in the area. So, we thought it would be helpful to provide a bit of a refresher course for the seasoned vets, and some general information for people who are new to the area!

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Gwinnett County Tax Assessor 2015 Notices Are Out

Posted by Daniel Jones on Sat, Apr 04, 2015 @ 04 PM

Gwinnett County tax assessment notices are dated April 3. You have 45 days to file a Gwinnett County property tax appeal which makes the deadline May 18. You can view your Gwinnett County tax assessment notice online. You can file your Gwinnett property tax appeal online on the tax assessor website

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Fulton County Tax: What You Need to Know

Posted by Daniel Jones on Fri, Apr 03, 2015 @ 04 AM

As you read this, the property tax season has started up again in Fulton County. In the months ahead the Fulton County tax assessor’s staff will be making their way around, surveying properties, and making their appraisals. This is an important time in your tax year, because the appraisals that they make will determine the amount of Fulton County tax you owe this year. Because of this, we thought it might be useful to give a general overview of the process, and to suggest ways for you to lower your Fulton County tax liability.

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Is Your Gwinnett County Property Tax Out of Line?

Posted by Daniel Jones on Thu, Apr 02, 2015 @ 04 AM

We hear from the residents of Gwinnett County all the time. They tell us that the amount that they’re paying in property tax every year just seems to go up and up, and that it’s often completely out of line with what they feel their property is actually worth. Often, they come to believe that they’ve come crazy with all the property tax in Gwinnett County that they’re liable for. Here’s the thing: they’re not.

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How Can I Lower My DeKalb County Property Tax?

Posted by Daniel Jones on Wed, Apr 01, 2015 @ 04 AM

With money getting tighter and tighter every year, homeowners throughout Georgia, including those in DeKalb County, are looking for ways to lower the amount they’re paying in property taxes. Many homeowners across the country simply accept the assessed value of their home as a given, and pay the property taxes that they’re billed each and every year. While this is good civic propriety, it is not good financial sense. In many cases a homeowner may be able to challenge the assessed value of his or her property, and reap the benefit of paying lower property taxes.

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What Determines the Tax I Pay in Cobb County?

Posted by Daniel Jones on Mon, Mar 30, 2015 @ 03 AM

Tax season is coming around again, and many residents in Cobb County have questions. Of course, while the federal and state governments will be collecting their fair share over the coming months, the assessment of property in Cobb County has only just begun for this calendar year. Because of this, you may have some questions about how the value of your property is assessed and what you can do about it if you disagree with that assessment.

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