The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has launched a brand new website at HJTAEspanol.org making taxpayer resources available in Spanish.
Information now available to Spanish-speaking Californians includes how to pass property down to future generations without a reassessment, how to avoid a property reassessment when moving and how to get involved in opposition to local rate increases.
The website also offers Spanish language news updates for taxpayers and new columns from HJTA President Jon Coupal weekly, all in Spanish.
Hispanic Californians now represent 39 percent of the state’s population, of which 42 percent are homeowners, according to Pew Research Center data.
“We’re looking forward to more effectively serving as the go-to resource for California’s fast growing Hispanic community,” said HJTA President Jon Coupal. “HJTAEspanol.org makes important information on taxpayer rights available to millions of Californians who use Spanish as their preferred language.”
People are invited to learn more at http://hjtaespanol.org.