In order for you to qualify for the following additional exemptions, you must have a homestead exemption on your property.
Full or partial exemptions are available for individuals with these disabilities:
Civilians who are totally and permanently disabled and confined to a wheelchair are exempt from ad valorem taxation. Please submit a Physician Certification from two licensed Florida physicians. Proof of Gross Income also is required.
Quadriplegic - Real estate used and owned as a homestead by a quadriplegic is totally exempt from ad valorem taxes. No income limit is required. Please submit Physician Certification from two licensed Florida physicians.
Legally Blind - Blind persons may qualify for an additional $500 exemption. Click here for form for verification of disability. For total exemption, Proof of Gross Income also is required.
Based on the prior year's income, the income limit is $31,741 for the 2022 exemption. No income limit is required for a quadriplegic.
Property owners with a total and permanent disability but who do not require a wheelchair for mobility, or are legally blind and exceed the income limit may be eligible for an additional $500 exemption. They must be currently certified to be totally and permanently disabled by a physician licensed in this state, or by the Social Security Administration.
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