Remarks to Focus on Leveraging Public Records to Detect Homestead Exemption Fraud and Boost Tax Revenue
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Sep 16, 2011) - LexisNexis® today announced that Andrew Bucholz, Director of Tax and Revenue Market Strategy, will participate as a speaker at the International Association of Assessing Officers' (IAAO) 77th Annual International Conference on Assessment Administration. Mr. Bucholz will discuss how multiple cities and local jurisdictions in Florida, Georgia and Texas have leveraged billions of public records across jurisdictional boundaries to discover Homestead Exemption fraud, bringing millions of dollars in revenue to public treasuries.
Andrew Bucholz, Director of Tax and Revenue Market Strategy, LexisNexis
Technology session: Case Studies on Using Public Records to Detect Homestead Exemption Fraud and Boosting Tax Revenue
IAAO 77th Annual International Conference on Assessment Administration
Tuesday, September 20, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown
Second Level, Maryvale B
340 North 3rd Street
In addition, LexisNexis will be conducting demos of their Homestead Exemption Fraud Detection Solution on the exhibit floor at Booth #506. Attendees will learn how leveraging the combined power of public records and advanced search technology enables cities to discover millions of dollars in revenue from back taxes and new revenue assessments.
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