Senior Property Tax Freeze Deadline Extended

 

 

From Warren Patch:

Seniors Have Until Friday to Freeze Property Taxes

Patch.com
Senior Freeze essentially freezes property tax bills for homeowners ages 65-years and older who have low or moderate incomes, or to disabled residents who receive federal Social Security payments. The state budgeted $213.5 million for this program and

 

 

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