Category Archives: Commercial Property Tax

How Do Property Taxes Work for Hospitality Businesses?

The hospitality industry has taken a major hit in 2020, and there’s no end in sight. When you consider that hotels are some of the highest-taxed commercial properties in the United States, if you own one, you might be looking at a property tax bill that you simply cannot pay. Many hotel and hospitality business […]

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Why Should You Appeal Your Property Tax Assessment?

When your property tax bill comes along, you might find yourself with sticker shock. Is that really what they expect you to pay? Could your property really be worth the assessed amount—or has the value dropped in recent years or months? If your property tax bill seems high, don’t pay it just yet. You should […]

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What Is Financial Component Segregation?

As a savvy business or commercial property owner, you no doubt understand how important it is to be prepared for tax season. Countless otherwise-successful business owners have seen a complete reversal of their fortune based solely on an unexpectedly-high tax bill. That’s why making the most of your tax preparation is essential when you own […]

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What Determines Your Commercial Property Tax Value?

If you’re the proud owner of a tract of commercial real estate in Georgia, you no doubt spend at least part of your year wondering how your profits and possessions will impact your tax bills. After all, paying your taxes is part and parcel of being a reliable business owner. Of course, you don’t want […]

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Reasons You Might Want to Appeal Your Commercial Tax Assessment

If you disagree for any reason with your commercial property tax assessments, you always have the option to file an appeal. Whether or not it is sensible to do so really varies from situation to situation. Here are just a few of the factors to consider when deciding whether or not to file a commercial […]

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