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Application for Real Estate/Mobile Home Tax Relief
for the Elderly or Permanently and Totally Disabled
County of Prince George, Virginia

 

THE APPLICATION MUST BE FILED EACH YEAR BY FEBRUARY 15.

  1. To be eligible, the applicant must be sixty-five years of age or totally and permanently disabled as of December 31, of the preceding tax year.
  2. The total combined income (anyone living in home) during the immediately preceding year shall not exceed forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000). The following scale shall apply:
    1. Income ($ 0 -$28,000)- 100% tax relief
    2. Income ($28,001 - $45,000)- 50% tax relief
  3. Net combined financial worth, excluding the value of the dwelling and five (5) contiguous acres, of $120,000 or less. The dwelling for which exemption is sought must be owned by and occupied as the sole dwelling of the applicant.
  4. All information as to age, gross income and net worth must be for the immediately
    preceding tax year. Any change during the tax year, which would affect the applicant’s eligibility must be reported to the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office immediately. 
  5. The application must include ALL GROSS INCOME from all sources (taxable or non-taxable, before any deductions are taken from it) and ALL NET WORTH. 
  6. In order for the application to be approved, the affidavit MUST be complete and notarized. 
  7. When filing your application we will need all documentation of income and net worth. (For income, we will need documents such as W-2’s, SSA-1099’s, interest and dividend statements and any other income. For net worth we will need bank statements showing balances in checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, money market accounts, stocks, bonds, IRA’s, annuities, etc. as of December 31st of the preceding year.)  If information is not furnished, then your application will be considered incomplete. 
  8. Assistance may be obtained by calling the Office of the Commissioner, 722-8740.

Definition of Permanently and Totally Disabled

A person is permanently and totally disabled if he is found by the Commissioner to be
unable to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable
physical or mental impairment or deformity, which can be expected to result in death or can
be expected to last for the duration of such person’s life.

Any person permanently and totally disabled MUST attach to his application a certification by the Social Security Administration, the Veterans Administration, or the Railroad Retirement Board. If such person is not eligible for certification by any of these agencies, attach sworn affidavits by two medical doctors licensed to practice medicine in the Commonwealth, to the effect that such person is permanently and totally disabled, the nature of the disability, and the date the person became disabled.

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