As the beginning of 2021 kicks off, there are many important dates and considerations you should keep in mind as it relates to property taxes. On January 31st, all property tax bills are due for 2020. All exemption and special appraisal filings for Ag, Wildlife and Timber are due by April 30th. It is very important that you meet these dates to ensure you avoid unnecessary fees or loss of exemptions. I have provided some resources below, and an invitation to Plateau Land & Wildlife Management’s winter webinar series on property tax. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com or (512) 894-5426.
– Cassie Gresham, Principal, Attorney & Counselor
FREE Wildlife Exemption Webinar Series
Whether you’re a new landowner, already in Ag or Timber, or currently have a Wildlife Management valuation, everyone is invited to join Plateau Land & Wildlife Management for a FREE Wildlife Exemption Webinar Series. Connect with experts and learn how to make the switch to a Wildlife Management valuation from traditional Ag or Timber… REGISTER TODAY
Blog by Cassie Gresham: Avoiding Common Property Tax Pitfalls
My work on behalf of landowners often involves helping them fix a problem or get out of a bind with their local appraisal district. Through the years, I have seen some common mistakes that can lead to big problems… READ MORE
FINAL FOLLIES: Putting Your Ag or Wildlife Valuation in Jeopardy Before the End of the Year
Cassie Gresham presented on “Final Follies: Putting Your Ag or Wildlife Valuation in Jeopardy Before the End of the Year” on December 29th, 2020. Watch the recorded version here… WATCH RECORDING
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