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Property Tax Relief for Disabled Veterans

To receive tax relief as a disabled veteran, one of the following categories must be met:

  1. A service-connected disability that resulted in:
    1. Paraplegia OR
    2. Permanent paralysis of both legs and lower part of the body resulting from traumatic injury or disease to the spinal cord or brain; OR
    3. Loss, or loss of use of, two (2) or more limbs; OR
    4. Legal blindness OR
  2. A service-connected permanent and total disability or disabilities, as determined by the United States Department of Veterans’ Affairs. OR
  3. A 100% total and permanent disability rating from being a prisoner of war AND
  4. 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
  5. 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.