Topic: A Tax to Grind
Wednesday, 27 July 2011 by David H. LeVan
As you know, Advantax is committed to bringing the best, most relevant products, services and ideas to the property tax industry. We are unwavering on this. As part of our ongoing commitment, we are constantly looking for new ways to bring value to our customers and the property tax industry.
In that regard, we’ve found Tax Compliance Inc. (TCI) to be an outstanding property tax software provider. Their product, PTMS, is light years ahead of any other property tax software. We’ve seen such power in this software that we’ve entered into an agreement with TCI, to provide PTMS to our clients and use in our own practice, replacing PTR by Advantax.
TCI is committed to providing the best property tax software solutions. Advantax is committed to providing the best property tax consulting and compliance outsource solutions. Our new partnership allows Advantax to offer our clients the best of software applications AND the best in property tax consulting and compliance outsource solutions.
For more information feel free to contact us.
Thursday, 21 July 2011 by David H. LeVan
My morning run was not enjoyable today. It’s so hot that it felt like I was continually running into a wall! The reality is that most of the country is experiencing a hot and dry July. My lawn is also feeling the effects of the heat. If your lawn are like mine, it’s probably pretty brown by now. Do you miss the green? Don’t worry, there’s a solution…… lawn painting
Yes, the new trend in lawn care is painting that brown grass green. You can even select the shade. According to the companies providing the service, painting your grass green will improve the curbside appeal and value of your home or commercial property! Painting grass as a way to increase real estate values…. Who would have guessed it?
Maybe assessors should consider painting grass as a way to increase property tax revenues. Improved value means increased property taxes. And all you need is a lawn sprayer and some paint.
Thursday, 14 July 2011 by David H. LeVan
Did you know State and Local Governments are on track to collect more than 440 Billion Dollars in Property Taxes this year? Read more at the Prop Tax Minute…