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Sept. 22,2010 My aunt is currently 71 years of age, and considered low income in Michigan. Is she exempt from Property Taxes?

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Sept. 22,2010
My aunt is currently 71 years of age, and considered low income(under $9,000 yearly.) in State of Michigan. She took out a second Mortgage 2 years ago to do some home repairs, which left her with very limited income monthly. I would like to know if she could be exempt 100% from paying Property Taxes in Michigan due to her age and income?
Sincerely,
blessjvon@yahoo.com

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My understanding is that your aunt may be exempt from INCOME taxes, given the facts you present above. I do not believe there is a property tax exemption for seniors in Michigan. However, given her circumstances, she may qualify for a substantial homestead property tax credit, which would effectively result in little or no taxes, and might result in refunds for her.

James Frederick

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No, she is not exempt from paying property tax.

THESE COMMENTS ARE NOT LEGAL ADVICE. They are provided for informational purposes only. Actual legal advice can only be provided after consultation by an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction. Answering this question does not create an attorney-client relationship or otherwise require further consultation.

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