How is income determined for the Elderly or Disabled Exclusion?
All moneys received from every source other than gifts or inheritances received from a spouse, lineal ancestor or lineal descendant.
For married applicants residing with their spouse, the income of both spouses must be included whether or not the property is in both names.
You must provide a copy of the first page of your Individual Federal Income Tax Return for the previous calendar year (unless you do not file federal income taxes).
If you do not file a Federal Income Tax Return, you must attach documentation of income.
NOTE: Social Security Number disclosure is mandatory for the approval of the Elderly or Disabled Exclusion and will be used to establish the identification of the applicant.

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1. What are the Property Tax Relief Exclusions/Exemptions that I may benefit from?
2. Do I have to apply for the Elderly or Disabled exclusion every year?
3. When is my Property Tax Relief application due?
4. How do I apply for the disabled veteran's exemption; and what are requirements?
5. Do you offer any programs to assist the elderly?
6. How do I apply for the elderly exemption?
7. How is income determined for the Elderly or Disabled Exclusion?
8. What is the age requirement for the elderly exemption?
9. Are churches automatically exempt from property taxes?
10. My church has a bus. Is it automatically exempt from taxes?
11. I am an active duty soldier. Is my property exempt?
12. My husband is a resident of N.C. but is deployed, does he owe taxes?
13. I am a disabled veteran. Can I get a discount on my vehicle taxes?
14. I am military active duty. Will my wife's property be exempt?