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    Tax Relief & Deferrals

    Low-Income Seniors and Low-Income Persons with Disabilities Tax Deferral Program

    The Regional Municipality of Halton has a tax deferral program for low-income seniors and low income persons with disabilities. Read the Halton Region, Tax Deferral FAQs and By-law for Low-Income Seniors and Low-Income Persons with Disabilities Tax Deferral Program.

    Click here for the Seniors & Low-Income Tax Deferral Program information and application.

     

    The Charity Rebate Program provides rebates to registered charities that meet the following criteria:

    • Must have a valid registration number issued by the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency; and,
    • Occupy space in a commercial or industrial property.

    Applications must be made to the Town by February 28 for rebates of previous year property taxes.

    Click here for a Charity Rebate Application form.

    You are eligible for a $425 Seniors Tax Grant if you or your spouse meet the following qualifications:

    • Must be 65 years of age or older; and,
    • Must be in receipt of the Guaranteed Income Supplement; and,
    • Occupy residential property in the Town of Halton Hills; and,
    • Have been assessed as owner of such property for at least one (1) year immediately preceding the date of application.
    • The seniors tax grant program is funded by the Region of Halton, the School Board and the Town of Halton Hills.

    Recipients of the seniors tax grant will automatically receive an application in the mail in June each year.

    Senior Tax Grant application forms can be picked up at the Town offices or downloaded off our web site.

    If you have any question please contact the Town of Halton Hills Tax Department.

    Are you an older adult homeowner in Halton living on a fixed income of less than $46,600 a year?

    If so, you may be eligible for Halton Region’s Older Adults Property Tax Deferral Program. For program information please contact The Region of Halton

    On January 9, 2006 Council adopted a resolution to defer taxes on 'farmland' (FT) as identified by MPAC. Staff circulated a survey (Appendix A) to all property owners with a FT assessment to determine if the deferral was still wanted. 551 surveys were mailed on November 25th with a requested return date of December 22, 2011. Staff received 331 responses or 60%. 52% of respondents wanted to continue the deferral program and 48% wanted to discontinue/no preference to the program.

    Read the Full Report to council

    The Vacancy Rebate Program provides tax rebates for commercial and industrial buildings that are entirely or partially vacant for at least ninety (90) consecutive days.

    Applications must be made to the Town by February 28 for rebates of previous year property taxes. . Application forms are available at the Civic Centre, by calling 905-873-2601, Ext. 2221, or by downloading the Application for Rebate of Property Taxes for Vacancies in Commercial and Industrial Buildings.

     

     


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