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Taxography Announces New Data Services for Property Tax Professionals

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Tuesday, May 13th 2014
| St. Louis, MO
Read More About: parcel, property tax, saws


New Software Provides an Accurate and Easy Way to Relate Assets to Jurisdiction Information

St. Louis, MO, May 13, 2014 - Taxography, the leading provider of property tax data for energy, telecom, utilities, cable providers, leasing and tax consulting firms nationwide, has developed a Data Services solution to correctly relate assets to assessing and taxing jurisdictions, rates, and tax authority contact details; standardize addresses and manage tax deadlines. The Taxography Data Services system uses parcel-level data and geographic information system data from assessor’s offices, certified rate sheets, contact information and due dates collected from taxing authorities. Updated multiple times a year, the data and web services are the most accurate and secure property tax data service available on the market today.

With over 180,000 property tax jurisdictions in the United States, tax filers can’t keep up with the constant changes and annexations. Many resort to manual processes to update jurisdiction changes. As a result, many businesses may be overpaying their property tax by as much as 20 percent annually.

“Corporate tax departments may have hundreds or thousands of returns and payments to make on business personal property and real estate each year. They need fast, accurate and easy-to-use solutions. Clients need to depend upon their address standardization, jurisdiction assignments, tax deadlines and rate look-ups,” said Joe Bolian, President of Taxography. “With Taxography’s Data Services, tax professionals receive the accurate and timely data they need to meet their tax compliance deadlines.”

Taxography’s Data Services is delivered via web, batch, Excel add-in or GIS data. The SaaS (Service as a Software) models feature simple navigation, intuitive and easy to drag and drop functionality. With access to standardized addresses, jurisdictions, millage rates, tax calendars, and assessor and collector contact information, the solutions help tax departments save time and money through improved workflows, increased data integrity, decreased total tax liability, and enhanced overall planning capabilities.

“Taxography’s system processes up to 2,000 addresses per minute,” said Bolian. “All data goes through a rigorous data collection and double-data-entry process. It’s updated throughout the year, ensuring the highest-quality data available on the market today.”

Taxography is the industry standard for property tax compliance, used by more property tax departments, tax consultants, and tax software companies than any other provider of property tax solutions. The Taxography SaaS models reduce errors, penalties, and interest and cut tax compliance costs, allowing businesses to see significant improvements in their end-to-end business processes.

About Taxography 
Over 100 companies nationwide rely on Taxography’s data and web services to automatically relate assets to jurisdictions, standardize addresses, maintain taxing authority contacts, and manage tax deadlines. Whether you have a large number of geographically disbursed assets, assets that move throughout the year, or assets with no physical address, Taxography has the solution. Discover why oil/gas companies, leasing companies, utilities, telecoms and cable operators rely on Taxography to streamline property tax reporting by calling (314) 863-9292 or visiting http://www.taxography.com.

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