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Litigation and Arbitration are a Viable 3rd Step in the Property Appeal Process
The clock is ticking...
You only have 45 days to file Arbitration, or 60 days to file Litigation, from the date of your ARB Final Order!
Do you think your property tax value should be lower than your Appraisal Review Board (ARB) hearing result?
- Filing a Judicial Appeal or Arbitration can save you nearly 10% more on average!
- BTA has specialized in Litigation and Arbitration for the past 5 years.
- BTA's Senior Property Tax Consultants and Tax Agents are especially trained in the BTA Way on Judicial Appeal Methods to save you money on your tax bills.
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Late Sign-ups are now open on line for Harris County properties only. Please proceed to the sign-up page and follow the directions to sign up!
Bettencourt Tax Advisors, LLC (BTA) will be accepting on line sign-ups for residential and commercial properties in Harris County only. Please go to the sign up page and follow the directions.
If you would like to sign-up a commercial property only in Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston, and Montgomery counties, contact CommercialServices@btanow.com
The Rendition Filling Deadline for Texas is April 15th. Sign up with Bettencourt Tax Advisors today to file your rendition on time. Our team of BPP property tax consultants are ready to go to work for you. They will also file a Freeport Exemption for you if your inventory qualifies. Call BTA today to sign up (713)263-6100.
Filing renditions on time and protesting your Business Personal Property (BPP) can save you money in penalties and property taxes. The State of Texas mandates that Business Personal Property (BPP) must be rendered annually. It defines BPP as "items that can be owned, but are not attached to the land"; property that is used to produce income. Business Personal Property is any property you own that is used for business purposes. It is not your real property. BPP generally includes computers, equipment, fixtures, furniture, inventory, machinery, supplies, vehicles and other items in your place of business or related to your business that are moveable wihtout causing damage to itself or the associated real property.
Bettencourt Tax Advisors' senior property tax agents and property tax agents have years of experience that can help you gain the best results. Understanding how your county depreciation schedules are applied to different types of equipment and inventory can have a large impact on your bottom line. There are 254 counties in Texas and many have their own depreciaton method. BTA's experts have years of experience working with these different county depreciation methods and know how to apply them to reclassify items, as necessary, to correctly report your BPP.