New Jersey homeowners who are at least 65 years old or are disabled may be elidable for the state Property Tax Reimbursement. Individuals must have been residents of New Jersey for at least 10 years and must have owned their home for at least three years, as well as have an annual income of
$91,505 or less to qualify for the 2019 “Senior Freeze” property tax reimbursement. It was recently announced that the deadline to submit an application has been pushed from December 31, 2020 to February 1, 2021.
The “freeze” allows property owners to have their property taxes on their primary residence calculated using a base year. The homeowner is then responsible for the “base tax” and the state is responsible for covering the difference through a reimbursement check to the homeowner. To determine if you qualify, or for aid in submitting your application, please contact Annemarie Schreiber, Esq. or Brett A. Berman, Esq. at Carluccio, Leone, Dimon Doyle and Sacks, LLC.
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