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KENT—The filing period for the state’s tax relief program for Elderly Homeowners and Totally Disabled Persons is now open and runs through May 15.

Qualifying income limits cannot exceed $43,800 for unmarried individuals or $53,400 for married couples. 

Proof of all income is required, including a copy of the 2023 Income Tax Return (if filed); Social Security income, wages, bonuses, taxable portions of annuities and pensions, interest dividends, net rent or proceeds from a sale of property, and the like.

Veterans receiving an exemption under section 12-81 of the Connecticut General Statutes may be eligible for an additional exemption, providing the same income requirements are met.

If interested, contact the assessor’s office at 860-927-3160 for an application.

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