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News You Can Use: Homestead Exemption and WilCo Needs Tax Prep Volunteers

If you are a new home owner, the time is here to fill out Homestead Exemption forms. In an effort to help make life a little easier, here is a link to Homestead Exemption forms that apply to all homeowners, those over 65, the disabled, disabled veterans, and surviving spouses. For our Best of Wilco clients, we will be emailing you directly with these materials. You are able to file the forms between Jan. 1 and April 30, 2015. Following is more general information about Homestead Exemptions.

Click here to read about how to know if you qualify for Homestead Exemptions and what kind of exemptions are available to all homeowners

Click here to read about exemptions, limitations and special instructions for homeowners age 65 and over and homeowners with disabilities

Click here to read about exemptions, limitations and special instructions for disabled veteran homeowners


While we are on the topic of taxes, the United Way of Williamson County currently seeks volunteers to help low- to moderate-income and elderly residents receive free tax preparation services.

“United Way of Williamson County is working to increase access to free tax preparation services for households earning $53,000 or less,” UWWC Development Director Laurie Garza said in a statement.

Tax filing preparation assistance is offered at nine sites in Cedar Park, Leander, Georgetown, Hutto, Round Rock and Taylor. About 30 volunteers are still needed in Leander, Georgetown, Hutto and Taylor. Volunteers perform work as tax preparers, site supporters or translators from mid-January to April 15 and are given free training and support.

If you would like to help out, please find more information at

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