Florida Homestead Exemption

Thu, 01/30/2020 - 3:04am

Florida Homeowners Tax Saving Tips!

The deadline to file Homestead Exemption in Florida is March 1st! Find out how filing can benefit you.

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Video Transcript:

Hi everyone, it's that time of year again. It's time to file for your homestead property exemption; if you already haven't done so.

Now, homestead exemption is a wonderful thing to file for. What it does is protect the asset that you are living in; it protects your family; as well as it gives you an increadible tax savings each and every year.

Now, what are these qualificaitons that you have to be mindful of is you have to be a Florida resident, and you must live in the property that we are filing homestead on.

If you have any questions, please contact me because it is such a great value and it's a wonderful benefit for Florida citizens.

Now, the deadline is March 1st of 2020. So, make sure you file. There are so many other benefits that I would like to share with you for filing homestead exemption, so call me and I'd love to discuss those with you!

Thanks so much.

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