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Dublin adopts new Tax Relief guidelines

The Dublin Town Council voted to adopt new guidelines for the Elderly and Disabled Tax Relief Program during their most recent meeting.
The guidelines adopted for the Town of Dublin follow suit with the guidelines for the Pulaski County Elderly and Disabled Tax Relief Program.
Rebecca Lineberry, treasurer for the Town of Dublin, presented the guidelines to the council, and noted that if Dublin residents answer "yes" to a set of questions (to be listed below), they should contact the Commissioner of the Revenue office at 980-7750 about applying for this tax relief program.
Questions include:
•Do you own, or jointly own your dwelling (includes mobile homes)?
•Are you or your spouse (if jointly owned) 65 years of age or older, or are you or your spouse permanently and totally disabled?
•Was your total family income less than $23,200 for the previous year? (You must include any relatives’ income (excluding first $2,500) if they reside at your residence; $3,500 received as disability income may be excluded from total income)
•Is your combined (husband/wife) net worth, including equitable interest, less than $55,000? (Net worth excludes dwelling and up to three acres of land).
Lineberry noted that in the past, the amount set for total family income had to be less than $17,500, and the combined net worth, including equitable interest value was set at less than $45,000, so these new guidelines for the program have increased the scope of the tax relief.

Dublin adopts new Tax Relief guidelines

The Dublin Town Council voted to adopt new guidelines for the Elderly and Disabled Tax Relief Program during their most recent meeting.
The guidelines adopted for the Town of Dublin follow suit with the guidelines for the Pulaski County Elderly and Disabled Tax Relief Program.
Rebecca Lineberry, treasurer for the Town of Dublin, presented the guidelines to the council, and noted that if Dublin residents answer "yes" to a set of questions (to be listed below), they should contact the Commissioner of the Revenue office at 980-7750 about applying for this tax relief program.
Questions include:
•Do you own, or jointly own your dwelling (includes mobile homes)?
•Are you or your spouse (if jointly owned) 65 years of age or older, or are you or your spouse permanently and totally disabled?
•Was your total family income less than $23,200 for the previous year? (You must include any relatives’ income (excluding first $2,500) if they reside at your residence; $3,500 received as disability income may be excluded from total income)
•Is your combined (husband/wife) net worth, including equitable interest, less than $55,000? (Net worth excludes dwelling and up to three acres of land).
Lineberry noted that in the past, the amount set for total family income had to be less than $17,500, and the combined net worth, including equitable interest value was set at less than $45,000, so these new guidelines for the program have increased the scope of the tax relief.