Tax Related Forms, Brochures & Websites
PROPERTY TAX HARDSHIP EXEMPTION APPLICATION
If you are having a hard time paying your Property Taxes, You may qualify for a hardship exemption.
- Poverty Exemption Application (PDF)
- Annual Resolution for Maximum Income Limits Please Note: By Law, the Board of Review cannot deviate from income guidelines.
State of Michigan Form L-4260: Assessors use this affidavit to make sure that property is assessed properly and receives the correct taxable value. An affidavit must be filed whenever title of real estate or buildings on leased land is transferred. It must be filed even if you are not recording a deed. Filing with the local assessor is mandatory, and must be done within 45 days of the transfer.
PROPERTY TRANSFER AFFIDAVIT
HOMEOWNER'S PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE EXEMPTION AFFIDAVIT
State of Michigan Form 2368: If you own and occupy your principal residence, it may be exempt from a portion of your local school operating taxes. To claim an exemption, you must fill out the State of Michigan’s Form 2368, Homeowner’s Principal Residence Exemption Affidavit, and file it with the City Assessor’s Office by June 1 for the summer tax levy and November 1 for the winter tax levy of the year of the claim for taxes levied after December 31st. The Assessor’s Office will adjust your taxes on your next property tax bill.
Please note that this is an exemption from part of the taxes and does not affect your assessment.
- Homeowner’s Principal Residence Exemption Affidavit (PDF)
- Guidelines for the Michigan Homeowner’s Principal Residence Exemption Program (PDF)
Owning your principal residence means you hold legal title to it or you are currently buying it on a notarized or recorded land contract. Renters should not file this form. Occupying your principal residence means this is the place you intend to return to whenever you go away. It is the address that appears on your driver's license or voter registration card.
You may have only 1 principal residence at a time. Vacation homes and income property which you do not occupy as your principal residence may not be claimed.
REQUEST TO RESCIND PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE EXEMPTION
State of Michigan Form 2602: If you claim an exemption, then stop using it as a principal residence, you must notify the Assessor’s Office within 90 days of the change or you may be penalized. You can make the change by using the State of Michigan’s Form 2602, "Request to Rescind Homeowners Principal Residence Exemption."
Interest and Penalty: If it is determined that you claimed property that is not your principal residence, you may be subject to the additional tax plus any penalty and interest as determined under the Michigan General Property Tax Act, PA 206 of 1893.
DISABLED VETERANS EXEMPTION FORM
State of Michigan Form 5107:
- Disabled Veterans Exemption Form (PDF)
- FAQ's - Disabled Veterans Exemption (PDF)
- Disabled Veterans Exemption Eligibility Requirements (PDF)
SUMMER PROPERTY TAX DEFERMENT
State of Michigan Form 471: This allows for the deferment of real property taxes for property owners that meet strict eligibility requirements. This application must be filed with the treasurer of your city, village, or township. You may file your intent to defer before September 15, or before the date your summer taxes are due, whichever is later.
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