Property Tax Consultants

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A Property Tax Consultant prepares tax renditions and reports for someone who is protesting their taxes. Property Tax Consultants also consult or advise others regarding protests or renditions.For more information about the property tax consultants program, see the Frequently Asked Questions page or e-mail TDLR at CS.Property.Tax.Consultants@tdlr.texas.gov


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TDLR Notice of Rule Review

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (Department) is reviewing the Registration of Property Tax Consultants program rules (Title 16, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 66) for re-adoption, revision, or repeal.

The Department will determine whether the reasons for adopting or readopting these rules continue to exist by answering the following questions for each rule:

  • Is it obsolete?
  • Does it reflect current legal and policy considerations?
  • Is it in alignment with the current procedures of the Department?

The Department encourages anyone interested in the Registration of Property Tax Consultants program to review the Notice of Intent and current Chapter 66 rules online. Comments may be submitted by email to erule.comments@tdlr.texas.gov

Deadline for comments: September 24, 2018


Advisory Council Meetings

February 22, 2018 Meeting

The Property Tax Consultants Advisory Council met February 22, 2018 in Austin. The agenda and the staff reports are online. The meeting was archived and is available onĀ TDLR's YouTube channel.