Summer taxes can be deferred on your principal residence until February 14, 2022, if your 2020 total household income did not exceed $40,000 AND you meet one of the following:
- 62 years of age or older (by Dec. 1 of prior year), including the unremarried surviving spouse of a person who was 62 years of age or older at the time of death
- Paraplegic or Quadriplegic
- Eligible Serviceman, Eligible Veteran or Eligible Widow
- Blind Person
- Totally and Permanently Disabled
Those approved for summer tax deferment for 2021, may delay the date their 2021 summer and winter property taxes are due without interest or penalty through February 28, 2022, or until they receive their Homestead Property Tax refund from the State. A copy of your Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim MI-1040CR for tax year 2021, filed with the State prior to February 14, 2022, must be presented to the City Treasurer for this additional deferment.
Are You a Disabled Veteran?MCL 211.7b exempts disabled veterans from paying property taxes under certain conditions.
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