Monday, November 14, 2016

Connecticut Helps Elderly Renters

The state’s Elderly Rental Rebate Program reimburses older adult or totally disabled renters whose incomes do not exceed certain limits. It is open to people renting an apartment or room, or living in cooperative housing or a mobile home. The recipient, or his or her spouse, must be (1) age 65 or older; (2) age 50 or older and the surviving spouse of a renter who at the time of the renter's death had qualified and was entitled to tax relief, provided such spouse was domiciled with such renter at the time of the renter's death; or (3) age 18 or older with a total and permanent disability. The recipient also must have lived in the state for at least one year.

Source: Office of Legislature Research,10/17/16, Elderly Renters

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