Q. In Texas, senior citizens over the age of 65 can defer property taxes. Can you explain how this process works? Can it be applied to a house or another property? Can I stop it once it starts?
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A. There are two ways people over the age of 65 can lower their property tax. One is to claim an exemption for homes over the age of 65, and the other is to postpone property taxes altogether.
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