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KS property tax relief available for low-income elderly

As the New Year rolled in, marking the start of another tax season, the Town of Kingston Springs reminded residents on Jan. 4 that property tax relief is available for low-income elderly homeowners.


The property tax relief is also available for disabled homeowners, as well as disabled veteran homeowners or their surviving spouses.


You must own the home and use it as your primary residence in Cheatham County. 


You may apply for Tax Relief at the Cheatham County Trustee's office. The office is located in the Sycamore Square shopping center at 354 Frey Street, Suite A, Ashland City, TN 37015.


For more information contact the Cheatham County Trustee's Office at (615) 792-4298 or call the State of TN Tax Relief Program at (615) 747-8871. You may also visit the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury Tax Relief website at www.comptroller.tn.gov. Search for Tax Relief.


The Tennessee Property Tax Relief program began in 1973. Throughout its 50-year history, the program has provided more than $750 million in tax relief to Tennesseans. More than 5.4 million individual claims have been approved for people living across the state.

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