Property Tax Relief for Disabled Veterans
To receive tax relief as a disabled veteran, one of the following categories must be met:
- A service-connected disability that resulted in:
- Paraplegia OR
- Permanent paralysis of both legs and lower part of the body resulting from traumatic injury or disease to the spinal cord or brain; OR
- Loss, or loss of use of, two (2) or more limbs; OR
- Legal blindness OR
- A service-connected permanent and total disability or disabilities, as determined by the United States Department of Veterans’ Affairs. OR
- A 100% total and permanent disability rating from being a prisoner of war AND
- Shall not exceed sixty thousand dollar ($60,000) annual income from all sources. (Please note Veterans who were receiving the Property Tax Relief benefit prior to July 1, 2015 are not subject to the income cap) AND
- Must own and use property as primary residence. The maximum market value on which tax relief is calculated is $100,000.
For more information on the changes to the Property Tax Relief Program read Public Chapter No. 481.
Read the 2017 Property Tax Relief brochure for more information.