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Q.1
Some say Texas’ property tax system is flawed because *

Q.2
This year’s legal deadline to inform your county appraisal district either in writing or online that you are protesting your 2016 property tax appraisal and/or market value is May 31. *

Q.3
The state’s 10 percent cap on an allowed increase in any year applies only to *

Q.4
Which one of these gives Texas seniors 65 and over a blanket exemption on increases on their property taxes? *

Q.5
When you protest you go before a small group that’s called *

Q.6
A property tax consultant who is supposed to represent you in a protest usually charges *

Q.7
The biggest discount a Texas homeowner can get is a homestead exemption. *

Q.8
If you lose a hearing, you can give up or appeal by *

Q.9
One way to win a protest hearing is to present documentation that as of Jan. 1 of this year, a property is overtaxed by showing: *

Q.10
Anyone can learn for free about other property values that are publicly listed by going to a county’s appraisal district website and using the search function. *

Q.11
If the appraised value of a property goes up, but the government tax rate it’s tied to stays the same, is there still a tax increase? *

Q.12
If a homeowner doesn’t get an annual property tax notice in the mail by the second week in May, the homeowner should *

Q.13
The cost to file a protest is *

Q.14
"Get comps." That’s what experts say is another way to protest. Get comps means: *

Q.15
Complaints about the current property tax system should go to: *

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