Elderly or disabled homeowners may defer property taxes Charles M. Shannon, Chief Appraiser Fannin County Appraisal District Feb 16, 2008 Texans aged 65 or older or who are disabled may postpone paying delinquent and current property taxes on their homes. They may take advantage of a tax option called “tax deferral” by signing an affidavit […] . . .
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Tax lien returns not worth the hassle The Oklahoman December 17, 2007 Dave Ramsey DEAR DAVE • My father owns a lot in town and recently received a notice that there is a property tax lien against it. Are any of the penalties associated with this lien negotiable? Also, someone was telling me that people […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Here is a question that everyone asks. >>”What I was wondering about, is that by the time their backs >>are truly against the wall and they need someone like me, >> their (the tax delinquent’s) situation is common knowledge, as their >>houses are on the publicly disclosed auction block. So >>aren’t we […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Most people want health, wealth, and happiness. What do you want and how will you accomplish getting it? Whatever it is, you must be dedicated to achieving that goal. If you are not, then it is only a dream, not a goal. A goal is something that you are working to […] . . .
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