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Homeowners in Georgia
homestead exemption provides the homeowner a reduced
taxable property value provided that:
home is occupied by the homeowner on January 1, 2014
homeowner applies for the homestead exemption within the
county where the property is located.
granted homestead exemption, you must file an application
with the tax commissioner's office in your county. In some
counties the tax assessor's office has been designated to
receive applications for the homestead
Deadlines to File:
deadline to file for homestead exemption in most Georgia
counties is March 1, 2014.
with your County Tax Commissioner or Tax Assessor’s office
to verify the deadline to file for Homestead Exemption
within your county.
homeowner may file an application for homestead exemption
for their home and land any time during the calendar year.
To receive the homestead exemption for the current tax
year, the homeowner must have owned the property on January
1 and filed the homestead application by the same date
property tax returns are due in the county.
exemption amounts vary by county and there are a few
notable exceptions to homestead exemption:
nbsp;You are not exempt from school taxes levied by
nbsp;You are not exempt from paying interest on and
retiring bond debts
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