You are married and your income is not above $43,000
You are single and your income is not above $35,300
All income, including social security, must be documented. The filing period is February 1 to May 15. You must be 65 years of age or older by December 31 preceding the year of application or 100% documented disability by December 31 preceding the year of application.
To qualify for the program, you must be part of the Elderly or Totally Disabled Tax Relief Program. If you file an application to defer the taxes, upon approval a lien shall be placed against the property and you receive a credit equal to what you received from the Elderly and Totally Disabled Tax Relief Program and is interest free. If you file an application to receive a credit, upon approval you will receive credit equal to one half of the credit you received from the State's Elderly and Totally Disabled Tax Relief Program. The program's filing period is from February 1 to May 15, biennially.
Applications for any and all programs are available in the Assessor's Office.