Seniors (65 or over by December 31, 2020)

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    Senior Citizens with Limited Incomes exemption (RP-467)

     Living Quarters for Parent or Grandparent (RP-469)

Senior Citizens with Limited Incomes  (RP-467):

This exemption offers various levels of discounts based on your level of need as determined by your household income. The current maximum household income is $37,400 (combined income of all owners and their spouses). All of the owners must be 65 or over by December 31, 2020, except in the case of a spouse or sibling(s) (as defined by law).

Income for the Low-Income Senior Citizens exemption includes, but is not limited to: gross Social Security wages, Railroad retirement, disability payments, workers' compensation, veterans disability payments, all interest income (exempt and taxable), dividends, all pensions/annuities (exempt and taxable) unemployment compensation, alimony, rental income, business income, capital gains, contributions from adult residents (even if it is in the form of rent/mortgage, utility payments, etc. - see worksheet below).

The property must be your primary residence for the past twelve consecutive months (prior to filing) unless you were receiving the Senior Citizen with Limited Income exemption on your last residence (proof required).

Applications are due by the taxable status date (March 1st) of the year that your turn 65 or thereafter.

For first-time applicants: In addition to the application, you must submit proof of your residency, age and income (see Low-Income Senior Checklist below). Depending on your income and the limits set by the taxing jurisdictions (subject to change), discounts may be applicable to school, town, county, and village taxes.

This exemption must be renewed annually by taxable status date (March 1st). Renewal forms and instructions/checklist are mailed from the Town of Ogden Assessor's Office in late September. In addition to the renewal application, you must provide income documentation every year (see Low-Income Senior Checklist below).

For more information click on the following link:  Publication 1091 - Senior Citizens Exemption

Additional Residents Contribution worksheet (when applicable)

Net rents paid by an adult child or other adult resident to the owner is considered income, even if those rents are in the form of the payment of expenses of maintaining the house in exchange for the person's right to occupy the premises. Please click on the worksheet link above, complete the form and submit it with the application.

FORM PACKETS:  (includes all necessary forms)

NEW Senior Citizen application packet includes the following forms: (10 pages)
Senior Citizen Checklist  (2 pages)
RP-467  (Senior Citizen application - 3 pages)
Income Affidavit and Disclosure  (1 page)
RP-467-I  (Senior Citizen form instructions - 3 pages)
Additional Residents Contribution Worksheet  (ONLY IF APPLICABLE - 1 page)

RENEWAL Senior Citizen application packet includes the following forms: (9 pages)
Senior Citizen Checklist  (2 pages)
RP-467-Rnw  (Senior Citizen renewal application - 3 pages)
Income Affidavit and Disclosure  (1 page)
        RP-467-I (Senior Citizen form instructions - 3 pages)
Additional Residents Contribution Worksheet  (ONLY IF APPLICABLE - 1 page)

Living Quarters for Parent or Grandparent  (RP-469):

This is a partial exemption for the increase in value to residential property for the construction or reconstruction of living quarters for a parent or grandparent who is at least 62 years of age. The property must be the owner's principal place of residence and the primary residence of at least one parent or grandparent. A "parent" or "grandparent" for purposes of this exemption includes the natural or adopted parent or grandparent of the owner(s) or spouse of owner.

You must submit an application before March 1st each year an you must include a copy of the year-end Social Security statement (1099-SSA) of the qualifying parent/grandparent with the application. Additional proof of residency may be requested.

Renewal applications are mailed by the Assessor's Office in late December. All applications are due by March 1st.

     Form RP-469  (application form)

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