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CLAIM FOR REAL PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTION ON DWELLING HOUSE OF QUALIFIED NEW JERSEY RESIDENT SENIOR CITIZEN, DISABLED PERSON, OR SURVIVING SPOUSE/SURVIVING CIVIL UNION PARTNER
54:4-8.40 et seq.; L.1963 c.172 as amended) (
18:14-1.1 et seq.); Civil Union Act PL 2006, c.103, effective 2/19/07
Senior Citizen Tax Deduction
123 Main Ave
Your Town, USA 90210
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Attachments & Certification
Unit # if Co-op
This deduction is claimed for the tax year
3. Year of Reduction
(indicate tax year.)
By checking "YES", you certify that you meet these requirements
(Name(s) of claimant owner(s) permanently residing in dwelling house.)
4. Citizen & Resident (Complete A & B)
A. I was a citizen of New Jersey as of October 1 of the pretax year, i.e., the year prior to the tax year for which deduction is claimed; and
2. Dwelling Location
Street Address of resident owner claimant's dwelling.
1. Claimant Name
B. I was also a legal or domiciliary resident of New Jersey for at least one year immediately prior to October 1 pretax year. See instructions 2 & 3.
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Mutual Housing Corp.
- Territories -
- Armed Forces -
** Complete 5a only if partial owners
Net Property Tax Amount for Unit
First Name of Part Owner
Co-op/M.H. Corp. Street Address
Last Name of Part Owner
Type of Shareholder
I (my spouse/civil union partner and I, as tenants by entirety), solely owned, held title to above identified dwelling occupied as my (our) principal or permanent residence as of October 1 of the pretax year. See instructions 4 & 5.
** Complete 5b only if resident-tenant shareholder in Cooperative or Mutual Housing Corporation
5. Owner & Occupant
% Ownership Interest in Property
11. Other income
By checking "YES", you certify that you meet these two requirements
7. Business Income
Total Yearly Income (sum of items 1-15)
1. Pension, Annuity, Retirement (PRIVATE)
5. IRA Distributions
15. Disability Benifits
6. Annual Income Limit
6. Capital Gains
8. Income from Rents/Royalties
*NOTE: If married, you must include spouse’s income. The tax assessor/collector will determine which of the below items will be EXCLUDED.
During the tax year for which the deduction is claimed, I reasonably anticipate that my annual income (and that of my spouse/civil union partner combined) will not exceed $10,000 after a permitted exclusion of Social Security Benefits,
Federal Government Retirement/Disability Pension, or State, County, Municipal Government and their political subdivisions and agencies Retirement/Disability Pension. See instructions 6 & 8.
13. Federal Pension/Railroad Pension
14. State, Country, Municipal Pension
4. Dividends (Ordinary and Qualified)
THE BELOW INCOME DETAIL IS TO ENABLE THE COLLECTOR/ ASSESSOR TO DETERMINE WHICH ITEMS MAY BE EXCLUDED UNDER THE LAW AND TO DETERMINE WHETHER YOU MEET THE INCOME REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAW. THE ASSESSOR OR COLLECTOR MAY REQUEST THAT THIS INCOME STATEMENT BE SUBSTANTIATED BY FEDERAL INCOME TAX RECORDS. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF YOUR SENIOR CITIZEN, DISABLED PERSON, SURVIVING SPOUSE, SURVIVING CIVIL UNION PARTNER PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTION.
12. Social Security Benefits
(Must be reaffirmed by March 1 following year for which deduction was given.)
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Married/Civil Union Partner
Surviving Spouce/Surviving Civil Union Partner
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Date of Birth
7. Birth Date & Marital/Civil Union Status
I was age 55 or more as of December 31 of the year prior to the tax year and at time of my spouse's/civil union partner’s death.
I (and my spouse/civil union partner) did not receive a senior or disabled citizen or surviving spouse/civil union partner (if applicable) property tax deduction on another dwelling for the same tax year except on my (our) former home identified below where I (we) resided from
senior citizen's property tax deduction
Martial/Civil Union Status
B. I was permanently and totally disabled and unable to be gainfully employed as of December 31 of the year prior to the tax year. ATTACH PHYSICIAN'S OR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY OR NEW JERSEY COMMISSION FOR BLIND CERTIFICATE.
C. I was a surviving spouse/surviving civil union partner as of October 1 of the year prior to the tax year and have not remarried/entered into a new civil union partnership.
A. I was age 65 or more years as of December 31, of the year prior to tax year for which deduction is claimed.
8. Senior or Disabled Citizen or Surviving Spouse/Surviving Civil Union Partner
9. Real Property Tax Deduction Other Dwelling
permanently and totally disabled person's property tax deduction.
** My deceased spouse/civil union partner at his or her death was receiving a
Surviving Spouse/Surviving Civil Union Partner Age 55 or more as of December 31 pretax year and at the time of spouse's/civil union partner’s death
1. APPLICATION FILING PERIOD
NOTE: In accordance with the Civil Union Act, eligibility guidelines that apply to married couples and surviving spouses apply equally to civil union couples and surviving civil union partners.
Senior Citizen Age 65 or more as of December 31 pretax year
8. ANNUAL POST-TAX YEAR INCOME STATEMENT REQUIRED
6. INCOME DEFINED & LIMITED
Residence in New Jersey for 1 year immediately prior to October 1 pretax year
A claimant may appeal any unfavorable determination by the assessor or collector to the County Board of Taxation annually on or before April 1.
New Jersey Citizenship as of October 1 pretax year
4. RESIDENCE IN DWELLING HOUSE DEFINED
7. DOCUMENTARY PROOFS REQUIRED
a.) The income period is the same tax year as the tax year for which a deduction is claimed.
5. TENANCY BY ENTIRETY DEFINED
Residence in New Jersey and in Dwelling House as of October 1 pretax year and
Each assessor and collector may require such proofs necessary to establish claimant's deduction entitlement and photocopies of any documents should be attached to this form as part of application record. For example: AGE may be verified by birth certificate, baptismal record, family Bible, census record, marriage certificate, court record, Social Security record, military record or discharge, immigration document, insurance policy, DISABILITY may be verified by physician's certificate, Social Security document, New Jersey Commission for Blind certificate. SURVIVING SPOUSE/SURVIVING CIVIL UNION PARTNER by death certificate of decedent. OWNERSHIP by deed, executory contract for property purchase, last will and testament. RESIDENCY by New Jersey driver's license, motor vehicle registration, voter's registration, State tax return.
c.) Income means all income received from whatever source derived including, but not limited to, salaries, wages, bonuses, commissions, tips, and other compensations before payroll deductions, all dividends, interest, realized capital gains, royalties, income from rents, business income, and in their entirety, pension, annuity and retirement benefits. Realized capital gains, except for capital gain from the sale or exchange of real property owned and used by the claimant as his principal residence, dividends, interest, pensions, annuities and retirement benefits must be included in full without deductions even though they may be wholly or partially exempt for Federal income tax purposes.
b.) A claimant must reasonably anticipate that income received during the tax year, including income of the claimant's spouse/civil union partner, will not exceed $10,000. Income of claimant's family members, other than spouse/civil union partner, should not be included as annual income.
Tenancy by Entirety means ownership of real property by both husband and wife or civil union partners, as a single ownership, in joint title acquired after marriage/civil union partnership.
Income can be excluded under ONE of the following three categories: Social Security Benefits or Federal Government Retirement/Disability Pension including Federal Railroad Retirement Benefits or State, County, Municipal Government and their political subdivisions and agencies Retirement/Disability Pension.
Eligibility for the property tax deduction is established in the year prior to the calendar tax year for which the deduction is claimed as follows:
Property Ownership as of October 1 pretax year
3. CITIZEN & RESIDENT DEFINED
Permanent and Total Disability as of December 31 pretax year
2. ELIGIBILITY DATES
United States Citizenship is not required. Resident for purposes of this deduction means a claimant who was legally domiciled in New Jersey for one year immediately prior to October 1 of the pretax year. Domicile is the place you regard as your permanent home - the place you intend to return to after a period of absence. You may have only one legal domicile even though you may have more than one residence. Seasonal or temporary residence in this State, of whatever duration, does not constitute domicile. Absence from the State for a 12 month period is prima facie evidence of abandonment of domicile.
On or before March 1 of the year immediately following the tax year for which deduction was claimed or received, a claimant must file a Post-Tax Year Income Statement, Form PD5, confirming that annual income for the tax year did not exceed the $10,000 limit and that anticipated annual income for the current year will not exceed that limit and that all other eligibility prerequisites continue to be met. For example, the Post-Tax Year Income Statement filed by March 1, 2008 supports the claim for deduction for tax year 2007 by confirming 2007 income. Anticipated income would refer to income received in tax year 2008 for the 2008 deduction. IF THIS INCOME STATEMENT IS NOT TIMELY FILED, DEDUCTION WILL BE DISALLOWED AND CLAIMANT WILL BE BILLED FOR THE DEDUCTION AMOUNT
File this form with the municipal tax assessor from October 1 through December 31 of the pretax year, i.e., the year prior to the calendar tax year or with the municipal tax collector from January 1 through December 31 of the calendar tax year. For example, for a property tax deduction claimed for calendar tax year 2007, the pretax year filing period would be October 1 - December 31, 2006 with the assessor and the tax year filing period would be January 1 - December 31, 2007 with the collector.
Residence in the dwelling house means the dwelling where a claimant makes his principal or permanent home. Vacation, summer or second homes do not qualify. Only one deduction may be received per principal residence regardless of the number of qualified claimants residing on the premises.
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Sign With Hand
Please attach your proof of age (e.g. Driver License).
I certify the above declarations are true to the best of my knowledge and belief and understand they will be considered as if made under oath and subject to penalties for perjury if falsified.
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