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Merit Advisors, LLC

Property Tax Consultant



Job Description
Qualifications & Skills

MUST BE proficient in Microsoft Excel and have working knowledge of basic business computer applications
Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
Strong organizational, time management, and prioritization skills
Able to succeed in a fast-paced environment
Able to manage multiple tasks
Critical thinker and problem solver
Works well independently and as part of a team
Eager to learn and is a self-starter

Job Responsibilities

Personal Communication/Interaction with Clients
Determination of Taxability
Data Entry – Merit Web Database
Clerical Support – Division Orders, Notices, Tax Statements
Financial/Assessment Analysis
Personal Interaction/Negotiation with County Appraisers
Assist in Business Development Efforts
Preparation of property tax renditions/returns
Report to Management

Education

Bachelor’s degree is required, concentrated in Business, Real Estate, or Accounting

Certifications/Licensure

Texas Property Tax Consultant Licensure








About Merit Advisors, LLC
Over 350 + clients range from publicly traded corporations to individual small business owners and are serviced by a team that combines engineers, appraisal and valuation experts and seasoned tax and consulting professionals that bring together the perfect balance of high quality and diverse solutions of a larger firm while not foregoing the "high level touch" customer service of a smaller firm.


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