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DeKalb County Property Tax Reduction: Homestead Exemptions

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Fri, May 22, 2015 @ 05 AM

One of the best ways to enjoy a DeKalb County Property tax reduction is through homestead exemptions, which come in two forms, namely, basic and special exemptions. Keep in mind that property owners/taxpayers must comply with the strict eligibility requirements set forth by the State of Georgia and DeKalb County to receive these homestead exemptions.

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FAQs About the Fulton County Tax On Property

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Wed, May 20, 2015 @ 05 AM

Taxpayers like you should not be passive payers of their tax bills, be it their Georgia state taxes or their Fulton County tax on property. Instead, you should be an active taxpayer in the sense that you know the when, where and why as well as the how of paying your taxes particularly on your real estate and personal property. You will find that by being an informed taxpayer, you can actually reduce your tax expenses without robbing your government of its due.

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Fulton County Tax Appeal: BOA to BOE Steps

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Mon, May 18, 2015 @ 05 AM

The Board of Assessors (BOA) and the Board of Equalization (BOE) are two of the most important government bodies in your Fulton County tax appeal. You and your tax advisor will deal with these bodies to lower your real and/or personal property assessment values and, thus, your property taxes.

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About the Gwinnett County Tax Annual Assessment Notice

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Fri, May 15, 2015 @ 05 AM

The Gwinnett County Tax Assessors Office is responsible for the conduct of an annual market value analysis on all the taxable real property within its jurisdiction. The analysis becomes the basis for the annual assessment notices sent out to concerned owners of both residential and commercial properties. The analysis is performed according to Georgia state law, specifically rules and regulations set out by the Georgia Department of Revenue for the purpose of providing for fair assessments for taxpayers, while also providing the government with tax revenue.

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Getting Approved Appeals at the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Wed, May 13, 2015 @ 05 AM

Every year, the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor and the authorized appraisers conduct property inspections to determine changes in the current fair market values of the residential and commercial properties under their jurisdiction. These property inspections can be carried out even when the homeowners are away since the appraisers usually just inspect the exteriors of the property, not the interiors. In case the homeowner is in, the appraisers will typically just ask questions while outside the locked door.

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About the Annual Notice of the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Mon, May 11, 2015 @ 05 AM

Property owners should be aware of their civic duties particularly in the payment of their Gwinnett County tax on their real estate assets. Keep in mind that failure to pay the right amount of tax at the right time can result in substantial legal and financial consequences.

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Basics of Computation of DeKalb County Tax Assessments

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Fri, May 08, 2015 @ 05 AM

In the State of Georgia, all real estate properties are appraised at their fair market values (i.e., the estimate of the market value of a property based on the amount that a knowledgeable, willing and unpressured buyer will likely pay to an equally knowledgeable, willing and unpressured seller). In this regard, the DeKalb County tax assessor – or more appropriately, Board of Assessors – is responsible for the calculation of the appraised and assessed values of the real properties within its jurisdiction.

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Understanding Property Appraisal of Fulton County Tax Assessor

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Wed, May 06, 2015 @ 05 AM

The Fulton County tax assessor determines the fair market value of all real and personal properties in its jurisdiction for property tax purposes. Taxpayers are informed about the appraised value of their properties that, in turn, will be used to determine the assessed value. According to tax laws, the assessed value is equal to 40 percent of the appraised value.

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Where Your Hall County Tax Payments Go

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Mon, May 04, 2015 @ 05 AM

If you own real property in Hall County, you should know by now that Hall County tax assessments, bills and payments are inevitable parts of life. Your failure to perform your civic duty of promptly and correctly paying your property taxes will likely result in significant legal and financial consequences.

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Is Help Necessary in the Appeal Filed at Hall County Tax Assessor?

Posted by Jill Noelle Olandria on Fri, May 01, 2015 @ 05 AM

Getting your annual notice of tax assessment issued by the Hall County tax assessor can be both an expected occurrence and an unpleasant surprise. Instead of just accepting the tax assessment and waiting for the tax bill to come, you can appeal the tax assessor’s appraised and assessed values.

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