Homeowners and renters are missing out on millions of dollars in tax relief. Use the resources below to learn more.
Wyoming Program Overview
Property Tax-Aide features the Property Tax Refund for Low-Income Homeowners in Wyoming.
Property Tax Refund Program for Low Income Homeowners
- The applicant must have been a Wyoming resident for the past 5 years and must have occupied their residence for 9 months of the tax year.
- The household’s gross income may not exceed the greater of 125% of the median gross household income for the applicant's county of residence or the state, as determined annually by the economic analysis division of the Department of Administration and Information. In 2022, 125% of the statewide median income is $86,400.
- Household assets, other than the residential property, a car for each adult household member, and IRA and other pension funds, must be worth less than $150,000 per adult member of household. Assets generally considered are bank accounts, investments, real estate other than your home and additional cares.
- This amount is adjusted annually, based on the statewide average Wyoming cost-of-living index. The asset limit does not apply to those whose property tax liability exceeds 10 percent of their total reported income.
- Applications are typically available in late March / early April and due on June 5, 2023 (processing period for providing additional information ends September 30, 2023)
- File application with your local county treasurer or with the Property Tax Refund Program of the Wyoming Department of Revenue
- Affidavit and Application form
- Copy of Property Tax Bill
- Copy of Property Tax Payment Receipts
- Proof of Income for all Household Members (May include Federal income Tax Returns, social security statements, pension statements, etc.)
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.