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Golden Savings Alert: Senior Citizens Tax Break Reminder

Tax Relief for Senior Citizens in East Hampton

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According to The East Hampton Star, East Hampton‘s Assessor’s Office is reminding senior citizen residents, aged 65 and above, about the potential tax breaks they can receive on their primary residence’s property taxes. These breaks could reduce their property tax payments by 5% to 50% of their property’s assessed value. The reduction amount depends on their income, which must fall between $3,000 and $58,400 annually. To apply for this exemption, senior citizens must submit an application by March 1. Their eligibility is determined based on their income reported to the IRS in 2022. Applicants need to provide proof of property ownership and proof of income below the $58,400 limit.

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Accessing Forms and Contact Information

To submit an application for the senior citizens property tax exemption in East Hampton, you can either visit the assessor’s office in person or use online resources. The office is located at 300 Pantigo Place, Suite 108. Alternatively, you can access the necessary forms online at the town’s official website (ehamptonny.gov/211/assessors-office) or request them via email ([email protected]). If you have any inquiries, you can contact the office by phone (631-324-4187) or email.

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