Property Exemption/Deferral Deadline May 3, 2010

Published April 27, 2010 | Assessors Office | Automatically Archived on 5/3/2010

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As used in the context of property taxes an Exemption is a release from paying all or a portion of a tax assessed.  Property Exemptions are conferred by the State Legislature under Mass. General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 5.  Among the categories of individuals for whom exemptions are conferred: are Disabled Veterans with a wartime service connected disability of not less than 10%, applicants who are Blind, certain persons over the age of 65 with limited income and assets, cetain surviving spouses with limited assets .  As used in the context of Property Taxes a Deferral is a delay in paying property taxes.  For further information about any of the exemption or deferral programs currently in place, please contact our office either by phone 978-639-3395, or email at or by stopping in at the office.  We are located in the Flynn Building 278 Old Sudbury Rd. (1st Fl).  Our weekday office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

The deadline for filing for any exemption or deferral is May 3, 2010.  FY 2010 Statutory Exemption Brochure