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School Taxes In Georgia: How To Reduce Your Property Tax Bill

School Taxes In Georgia
School Taxes In Georgia: How To Reduce Your Property Tax Bill

Even A Modest Property Tax Adjustment Can Add Up Over Time!

Annual property tax bills are rising in many states, but you’ll be happy to learn some homeowners don’t have to pay school taxes in Georgia.

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After a little poking around, here’s what I found out:

The first method is available to all Georgia homeowners, and simply involves some investigation.

The second depends on whether you (and your home) meet certain qualifications under the applicable tax regulations.

If so, you can seek tax relief using both methods.

Most homeowners want to remain in their homes for the rest of their lives.

Therefore, any amount of money we can save on our property tax bill is welcome and worth the time to look into it!

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