For many managers and business owners, property taxes seem like the one huge expense they have no control of. But a common-sense approach makes controlling business property tax expenses easy. 

Most companies understand income and sales taxes but lack clarity on business property taxes. American businesses pay more in property tax than any other state or local tax. Most companies try to manage income tax by maximizing deductions and credits. But their most significant tax expense —property taxes —gets neglected. 

In this post on controlling property tax expenses, we’ll discuss what makes property taxes tricky and provide six tips for managing your property tax expense better.



How to Save Money on Business Equipment

Thursday, 16 December 2021 06:59

Everyone loves a bargain. But as inflation increases, business owners want even more ways to save money on business equipment. 

Follow the tips in this post to save money on the front end when you purchase and for years to come. The price you pay for a piece of equipment is only one factor in how to save money. To maximize your savings, you’ll also want to consider how to minimize your taxes. 



No one wants to pay a penny more in taxes than required. The good news for business owners is that they can start saving money with an asset review. 

Commercial property taxes can significantly impact the bottom line for doctor's offices and medical clinics. Whether you're a sole practitioner or managing multiple clinics, you can benefit from learning how doctors can save money on property taxes.

In this post, you'll learn what business property taxes are and our top recommendations for how to decrease your tax bill. 



Saving Money with Asset Review

Tuesday, 26 October 2021 14:49

No one wants to pay a penny more in taxes than required. The good news for business owners is that they can start saving money with an asset review. 

When it comes to personal taxes, most people go to great lengths to secure every deduction possible. People look through the filing cabinet and the car's glove box, trying to find a receipt for a charity donation. But, many businesses fail to apply the same effort and thoroughness to reducing their business property taxes. If you haven’t reviewed your business assets and equipment, you could be significantly overpaying your taxes. 

In this post, we’ll cover:

  • what an asset review is
  • how different asset statuses can impact your taxes
  • how to reduce your business personal property tax bill this year and in the future


Nursing home operators often find deciphering business property taxes difficult. From the building and land to vast quantities of equipment, nursing home owners face significant tax bills. In this post on how nursing homes can save money on property taxes, we’ll review the steps officials can take to ensure they’re not paying too much in business property taxes