MOORE HAVEN — If you had a property tax exemption or agricultural land classification in 2023, you will receive at least one of the four renewal cards listed below:
• The WHITE card is for Homestead Exemption and other related exemptions such as widow, widower, disability, veteran, and senior citizen.
• The GREEN card is for Agricultural Land Classification.
• The YELLOW card is for property that is being used for tax exempt purposes.
• The BLUE card is for Tangible Personal Property valued no more than $25,000.
As long as the Tangible Personal Property remains at $25,000 or less, you are not required to file a Tangible Personal Property Return, form (DR405).
If your value exceeds $25,000, you will receive a Tangible Personal Property Tax Return that must be completed and returned.
If you are still eligible for the exemption, do not return the card.
New property owners must complete new applications.
Did you know?
Many Florida senior citizens are eligible to claim an additional exemption on Homesteaded property. This additional exemption -- which applies only to the County’s portion of the taxes could save the average Glades County senior nearly $100 each year in taxes. In order to qualify for the Low-Income Senior’s Additional Exemption for this year, an applicant must be 65 or older as of January 1 of this year AND have a combined HOUSEHOLD adjusted gross income for last year not exceeding $36,614 (note: this adjusted gross income limitation number is adjusted annually in January to reflect the percentage change in the average cost of living index).
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