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Alabama Program Eligibility

Property Tax-Aide features the Regular Homestead Exemption, Homestead Exemptions for Persons over 65, Blind, or Retired Due to Disability, and Homestead Exemption for Permanently or Totally Disabled Homeowners. All of the exemptions named below are available on primary residence only, which can not exceed 160 acres. Some counties, municipalities, or other taxing authority may grant a Homestead Exemption up to $4,000 in assessed value. Each applicant must apply for Homestead Exemptions at their local county office.

The information on this page is updated as new information becomes available by the relevant tax agencies.

Read more about property tax relief programs in your area.

Regular Homestead Exemption

This exemption allows property owners under the age 65 and who are not disabled to deduct up to $4,000.00 in state tax and $2,000.00 in county tax from the total assessed value of the property.

Application Deadline

The filing season to apply for a Homestead Exemption is October 1 – December 31

Homestead Exemptions for Persons over 65, Blind, or Retired Due to Disability

Any owner-occupant over 65 years of age or who is retired due to total disability, may be exempt from some or all taxes on the principal residence. The amount of the exemption increases based on income, being legally blind, or if retired due to permanent disability.

Application Deadline

The filing season to apply for a Homestead Exemption is October 1 – December 31

Homestead Exemption (Permanently or Totally Disabled)

These homeowners are exempt from all ad valorem taxes. There is no age or income limitation

Application Deadline

The filing season to apply for a Homestead Exemption is October 1 – December 31

Property Tax-Aide has independently selected the property tax relief programs featured on this website that we think are the most relevant and beneficial to older adults. It is not an exhaustive list of all property tax relief programs available in each state. Please consult your local tax agency for a comprehensive listing of property tax relief programs in your area.

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