Until October 1, eligible Montana residents will begin receiving their property tax refunds, that reaches an amount of up to $675 dollars which can be claimed through the online portal or a form.
The opening for claims began this Tuesday, August 15, and although there is an estimated maximum, refunds will depend on how much property tax the taxpayer paid on the property.
According to Governor Greg Gianforte, “Property taxes are too high, which is why we prioritized and secured immediate property tax relief for Montanans this legislative session. Now is the time to develop reforms to reduce the burden of property taxes in the long term“, said.
Montana residents who wish to qualify for the rebate must meet certain requirements such as: have lived in the state for at least seven months and owning a home, receiving and paying the bills for that property.
It is important to note that the state only allows one refund per household and applicants can submit the claim in two ways: online or on paper, for the first, this is sent within 30 business days and for the second, the process takes approximately 90 days.
Source: La Opinion