What else should I know?

If you fail to meet the 30-day deadline for filing an appeal, state law gives you another option. You may file your taxes under protest by requesting a protest application when paying the first half of your taxes. For information, please contact either the office of the treasurer or the appraiser. State law states that you can only have one appeal annually. However, if you have an informal appeal, you cannot file your taxes under protest in the same year.

If you appealed and are still dissatisfied with the results of the informal hearing, you may appeal to the next level, the State Board of Tax Appeals. For more information see the Understanding Appeal Hearing page.

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1. When should I appeal an appraised value?
2. How do I confirm information about my property?
3. Is there other help?
4. How do I file an appeal?
5. What happens after I ask for an appeal?
6. How do I prepare for an appeal?
7. What is personal property?
8. What is market value?
9. Who needs to list property?
10. What else should I know?