Yes. The veteran must be an owner of the property and occupy it as his or her principal residence. Co-owners, other than a husband and wife, only get a percentage based on their percent of ownership.
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No. The tax relief is effective from January 1, 2013, or when the veteran was deemed to be disabled by the Department of Veteran Affairs."
There is no immediate deadline date to file.
Only the home the veteran occupies as his or her principal residence will receive the tax relief exemption.
The exemption will cover the real property taxes for the home and up to one acre of land upon which the home is situated.
Only if you have met the criteria needed for a mobile home to be converted to real property can the veteran receive the exemption. A veteran must own and occupy as his or her principal residence a mobile home that is being taxed as real estate and own the real estate upon which the mobile home is situated.
Yes, so long as the death of a veteran occurs on or after January 1, 2011, the surviving spouse does not remarry, and the surviving spouse continues to occupy the real property as his or her principal place of residence or if the surviving spouse relocates then the new residence may receive an exemption starting January 1, 2019 or date of purchase whichever is later.
No. This tax relief program is not based on the amount of income you receive each year.