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Senate Bill 190: Freeze Property Tax Bills for Seniors in Greene & Christian Counties, Missouri

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Senate Bill 190 in Greene and Christian Counties, Missouri allows seniors receiving Social Security retirement benefits to freeze their property tax bills.

Missouri Property Tax Relief for Seniors: Freeze Bills with Senate Bill 190

In Greene and Christian Counties, Missouri, seniors are now eligible for property tax credits under Senate Bill 190, aimed at freezing their property tax bills at the rate they first qualified. This means their taxes won’t increase beyond this frozen amount providing significant relief.

To qualify seniors must receive Social Security retirement benefits, own or have equitable interest in a primary residence, and be responsible for property tax payments. There are no limits on property value or the credit amount ensuring broad assistance, according to the report of Springfield News Leader.

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Apply for Property Tax Credits in Greene and Christian Counties, Missouri

Seniors in Greene County must apply by September 30th providing required documents. In Christian County, the deadline is June 30th with applications accepted until June 28th. Both counties have the same documentation requirements to ensure eligible seniors receive state-mandated tax relief.

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