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How to Lower Your Property Taxes Using Property Tax Appeals

Studies consistently show that 25 percent of U.S. property owners are paying more property tax than what is required by law. It doesn’t always result in lower taxes, but there are situations where appeals are accepted by your county for reassessment. What’s a Tax Appeal The tax agency can sometimes make mistakes. Property taxes are […]

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March 2nd, 2019

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Real Estate Law | Tax Law
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Top Legal Mistakes to Avoid as an Entrepreneur

During the early stages of entrepreneurship and especially if you are in the technology sector, certain legal mistakes can prove to be devastating. As a perfect example of what is occurring in the United States, Utah had over 100 acquisition and merger deals worth $10 billion finalized in 2013. However, of those, roughly 40 percent […]

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February 10th, 2016

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Intellectual Property | Tax Law
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What is a Tax Appeal?

Each and every year you receive a small 3×5 index card in the mail from your municipality.  It simply states what your tax assessment is for the year.  In other words, it says your total assessment is $300,000 and your taxes will be in accordance with that number.  Each year most of us look at […]

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