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Don’t like your taxes? Attend local tax rate hearings to object

 

Propel Financial Services Vice President of Sales and Marketing writes for The Monitor on how to find and prepare for public hearings on your taxes:

If you own any type of property in Texas, you shouldn’t ignore local tax rate hearings. During those hearings, taxing entities like cities, counties and school districts are deciding whether to adopt a proposed tax rate. And that rate directly affects your property tax bill.

Keep reading to learn more about how to use local tax hearings to your advantage.

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