Updated Benefits & Exemptions for Veterans
By USVCP Staff
April 27, 2018
Many states offer exemptions solely for disabled veterans. California, for instance, allows qualified disabled veterans to receive a property tax exemption on the first $196,262 of their primary residence if their total household income does not exceed $40,000 and the veteran is 100 percent disabled as a result of service.
However, every homeowner’s situation is different. Here are some important things to remember about property tax exemptions:
Common exemptions include Veteran, Disabled Veteran, Homestead, Over 65 and more.
Not all veterans or homeowners qualify for these exemptions.
Exemptions can vary by county and state.
You may be required to renew your exemption benefits annually.
Exemption amounts, rates and conditions can vary by county or city just as they do by state, so veterans are urged to contact their local municipal tax assessor’s office for further information.
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