TrueRoll Webinar Series
Exemption Auditing Strategies – Keeping Your Tax Roll Clean
Unqualified exemptions can be tricky and time consuming to identify. Like needles in a haystack, you have to look at a lot of data manually to identify potential candidates to investigate further.
In this webinar we will go over the foundation of a best-in-class exemptions monitoring process and tackle the activities your jurisdiction can do to identify unqualified exemptions right now.
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What we covered:
The Importance of Address Cleansing
Out of State Dual Homestead Identification
Recent Moves, Changes of Addresses
Short Term Rental Properties
Department of Public Health - Obituaries
Chief Executive Officer
Tyler has 10+ years of experience as a strategic advisor for public sector leaders with Tyler Technologies, Socrata, and Lagan 311 prior to co-founding TrueRoll. He has a deep understanding of governmental priorities, as well as hands-on experience developing data-centric solutions for the worlds most progressive cities, counties, and states. Tyler holds an engineering degree from the University of Illinois and lives in Chicago.
Sandy Steele lives in the Dallas area with her family. She has served in the appraisal & tax industry since 2010. Away from the office she is often found asking for help reaching items on the top shelf, doting on her granddaughter, browsing craft stores, or trying to figure out what her British husband has just said. Her biggest obstacles in life stem from being vertically challenged. In fact, when asked about writing a “short bio” she did question whether this was a personal attack on her height.
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Our goal is to serve your government and its citizens with more accurate information. Unlike other solutions that promote disruptive audits every five years, TrueRoll offers a proactive approach to exemption monitoring that was specifically designed to make it easier for auditors and appraisers to do their jobs and to further a more transparent, equitable government.