Protest Your High Property Taxes.
Use our annual tax calendar to make sure you don't miss an important deadline.
Many individuals wonder how to how to fight property taxes. And because there is a lot of information to understand and deadlines to meet, many don’t protest their high property taxes. At Lane, our tax experts are here to help. In addition to this tax calendar, contact our team today to learn how our property tax reduction services can help unburden your business from excessive property taxes.

Additional information is available through the Texas Comptroller’s office.

Property Tax Calendar

January 1 
Assessment determining taxable value
Rendition period begins

January 31 
Homesteads/O-65 and corrections are due for previous year
Payment of all property taxes from prior year are due

Delinquent tax fees start

Notices go out for property owners

April 15 
Last day for filing business personal property renditions and requesting extension to file renditions

April 30 
Last day for filing exemption applications

May 15
Deadline to file extended renditions 
Last day to file protest with county (Or 30 days after your initial appraisal notice from the county)

Property tax hearings

June 30
Last day for second half prior year split payment if applicable

July 1
Additional 15% penalty for delinquent taxes

Property tax hearings/Start of arbitration and litigation season

October 1
Arbitration and litigation season
Tax offices mail tax bills that must be paid by January 31

Arbitration and litigation season

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