A mere 25 cattle that Fidelity keeps on a small “working ranch” portion of 300 acres it owns on its Westlake, Texas, campus qualifies the firm for $360,000 a year in real estate tax breaks, tax appraisers tell the Boston Herald.

But the office complex and parking lots themselves are not covered by the “special tax value” that Fidelity first applied for in 1999.

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