Renewal deadline nears for property owners with widow, widower or disabled exemptions

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Pinal County property owners who have a widow, widower or disabled exemption need to renew that exemption by March 1, according to a press release.

 The renewal process can be handled through the mail and must be notarized.  Any person applying for an exemption for the first time must appear in person.
“Under state law, those who have lost a spouse and have limited income can apply for the exemption. Applications must be renewed every three years. Those wishing to renew or apply for a new exemption can do so at the Florence assessor’s office, at the Casa Grande county complex on Cottonwood road on Tuesdays or Thursdays, or at the Apache Junction county complex on Idaho Road on Mondays or Wednesdays,” Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf said in the release.
“For residents living in the eastern portion of the county, we have scheduled an outreach session in Mammoth in cooperation with Supervisor Pete Rios. We will have representatives at his office at 111 Catalina Ave. in Mammoth on Feb. 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.,” Mr. Wolf said.
All applications require a valid Arizona driver’s license or Arizona ID, death certificate, Arizona income tax return for 2015 and the deed and property tax bill.
In addition, all nonprofit organizations must reapply for tax exempt status by March 1.
For more information call the Assessor’s office at 520-866-6361 or go online and click on Exemptions in the left side menu.

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