Ways to attach your Drivers License/Documents to an online application
Using your mobile device (cell phone, tablet)
Step 1 - take picture of document with your device
Step 2- email your document to yourself
Step 3- save document on your computer where you can access it
Step 4 - click on the browse button on the application, it will direct you to your computer
Step 5 - locate your document you saved on your computer
Step 6 - double click your document and it will upload to the application
Using your scanner
Step 1 - scan your document
Step 2 - save your document on your computer where you can access it
repeat steps 4-6 above
Residential Homestead Exemption: How to File Electronically
Use the Property Search option to locate your property. Search by name, address or account number. Click the HS Exemption icon to access the online Homestead application. At the top of the form you will need to check the Yes or No box ...
Disabled Veteran's and Survivor's Exemptions
Disabled Veteran Exemption - Disability Rating of 10% - 100% You qualify for this exemption if you are a disabled veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces with a service connected disability rating of 10% or more and can provide proof of Texas Residency. A ...
Exemptions Information & Requirements
Homestead Exemption: Online Application Tax Code Section 11.13 Need copy of Texas Driver License or Texas ID with matching situs If Mailing Address is PO Box, the Texas Driver License or Texas ID still has to match the situs (both PO box and situs ...
Tips for Property Owner Exemptions
Tips for Williamson County Property Owners to Take Advantage of Available Property Tax Exemptions TIP #1 – Worth repeating: No need to wait until the new year to apply for your homestead and other exemptions. We accept applications for all exemption ...
Disabled Person- Homestead Application: Form 50-114
Disabled Person Exemption: Form 50-114 Must own and occupy property Need copy of Texas Driver License or Texas ID with matching situs Need current Social Security Disability Benefits letter, Medicare card with parts A and B, or physician’s statement ...