Understanding the typical address - GeoTAX_Premium - 7 - 7.7

GeoTAX Premium for Windows, UNIX/Linux, and z/OS

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Geo Addressing
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GeoTAX Premium
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7.7
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English
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GeoTAX Premium
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GeoTAX Premium for Windows, UNIX/Linux, and z/OS
Copyright
2023
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1998
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2023-10-19
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2023-10-19T16:49:54.924301

The typical address consists of the following elements:

Element

Description

Firm Name

Optional. You can configure GeoTAX to match the input firm name, or business name, rather than an address.

Street Address Line

Contains the street address. GeoTAX recognizes the following types of street addresses:

•PO Box, such as PO Box 100

•Rural Route or Highway Contract address

•General Delivery (stated in the address line)

•Street, such as 4750 WALNUT ST

•Highrise that contains unit information, such as 4750 WALNUT ST STE 200

•Building name where it matches the firm name in the ZIP+4 database. See enhanced search options.

These types of street addresses can have all or some of the following elements:

•House Number

•Predirectional, such as N, NE, and S

•Street Name

•Street Type, such as Ave, Blvd and Pkwy

•Postdirectional, such as N, NE, and S

•Unit Type, such as Apt, Ste, and Bldg

•Unit Number

•Private Mail Box

Last Line

Contains the location of the address. GeoTAX can recognize the following last line elements:

•City

•State

•ZIP Code

•ZIP+4 Code