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Real and personal property taxes typically represent a significant holding cost to commercial and industrial property owners. Rising property tax rates and inflated 2020-year assessments may create unpredictability and unique planning opportunities for your company’s property taxes. Whether your clients own real estate or your company owns office buildings, manufacturing plants, hotels, apartments, retail stores, distribution centers, warehouses, senior care facilities or other properties, an opportunity may exist to protest the tax value.
Property taxes are often ignored until “surprises” happen with material increases. Since property tax is likely your company’s first or second-highest property tax burden which will grow as you make capital investments, it's imperative that you, as a company leader, advisor, and accountant, manage to avoid increases ahead of time. To lend insight, Josh Malancuk, a leading 28-year property tax specialist and company President, will discuss management best practices for improving your company’s property tax investigation process and overall profitability through lower property taxes – a burden that represents one of the largest ongoing expenses to your capital intensive company.
Highlights of the webinar :
If you have questions about best practices for managing your company property taxes, this webinar will address many of the answers.
At JM Tax Advocates, our diverse team of professionals provides tailored strategies to help our clients achieve cost reductions while maintaining control over their material annual property tax costs. We built our foundation on these three client-centered principles:
Our goal is to become your long-term business partner.
Year after year, our clients count on our team to deliver millions $$$ in achieved savings benefit through the following service areas:
Our team has over 50 years of national experience in reducing real/personal property taxes through co-sourcing initiatives and economic tax incentive procurement, including extensive experience by having served large industrial and commercial holdings nationwide.
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