100% Disabled Veteran Exemption

100% Disabled Veteran Exemption

100% Disabled Veteran: Must receive a 100% disability rating due to a service connected disability or be considered total and permanently disabled from the Veterans Affairs:
  1. Must own AND occupy property
  2. Must receive 100% disability benefits OR be considered unemployable or be considered totally and permanently disabled by the Veteran Affairs
  3. Need copy of Texas Driver License or Texas ID with matching situs
  4. Need current 100% Disability Benefits Letter with effective date of disability (within the last two years)
  5. Exemption is prorated based on deed date or move-in date as long as 100% disability benefits were granted the same year
  6. If veteran sells or moves to another property, the exemption will be prorated based on the deed date
  7. The form 50-114 can be submitted electronically from our website www.wcad.org
    1. Using Property Search locate your property; click on the HS icon and fill out the application

Surviving Spouse of a 100% Disabled VeteranTax Code Section 11.131(d)

  • Surviving spouse of a U.S. armed services member who has not remarried since the death of the service member
  • Texas Driver License or Texas ID with matching situs
  • Exemption is prorated based on deed date or move-in date as long as 100% disability benefits were granted the same year
  • Need 100% Disability Benefits letter-letter must be current (within the last two years) with effective date of disability
  • If veteran's surviving spouse sells or moves to another property, the exemption will be prorated based on deed date

 

(Disabled Veteran with a Disability Rating Less Than 100%-SEE FORM 50-135)


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