Oshwa Property Tax Grant Program for Seniors ,Disablility

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Oshwa Property Tax Grant Program for Seniors ,Disablility

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Oshwa Property Tax Grant Program for Low Income Seniors and People with a Disability

Low income seniors and people with a disability may qualify for financial assistance towards their property taxes in the form of a grant. Only one grant is applicable for the principal residence annually.
Low Income Senior Homeowner

You are a low income senior homeowner if:

You own your own home and it is your principal residence for at least 90 days immediately before December 31st of the current year.
You are age 65 prior to December 31st of the current year and meet the income requirements to be entitled to the Federal Government’s Guaranteed Supplement.

Low Income Homeowner with a Disability


You are a low income homeowner with a disability if:

You own your own home and it is your principal residence for at least 90 days immediately before December 31st of the current year.
You receive support under the Ontario Disability Support Program.

The grant is entered on the applicants tax account as a deduction to any current outstanding amount or next subsequent tax installment. No rebate cheques are processed. If the applicant has enrolled in the Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plan, the future payment amounts will be adjusted accordingly.

If you wish to apply for the rebate, please complete the Property Tax Grant Application for Low Income Senior or Person with a Disability.

Rebates For Charitable Organizations

Charitable organizations, which have a federal registration number and that lease space in "Commercial or Industrial" properties, are eligible for a reduction of 40% of the total realty taxes paid by the charity.

In order to be eligible for this program, the following criteria must be met:

You must be a registered charity as defined by subsection 248(1) of the Income Tax Act and can provide a registered charity number issued by Revenue Canada.
You can provide from the landlord/owner documentation specifying the amount of property taxes payable for the rented or leased space occupied.

Complete and submit the 2014 Tax Rebate Application for Registered Charities.


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