Auditor David Thomas to hold Homestead Tax Saving Program Education Sessions
Jefferson- The Ashtabula County Auditor’s Office announces five educational sessions focused on the Homestead Tax Credit in July for interested residents of Ashtabula County.
“These sessions will be excellent opportunities to ask questions about the Homestead program, apply for the tax credit, and learn more about your property’s valuation and property taxes,” shares Auditor David Thomas.
Tax payers who are 65 years or older and own their home with an annual adjusted Ohio Gross Income of less than $32,200, are permanently disabled, or are military veterans permanently disabled from a service related injury are encouraged to attend one of these sessions to learn more about the program.
Sessions will be held at the Conneaut Public Library on July 9th at 3pm, Ashtabula Center for Active Living on July 17th at 1:30pm, Orwell Country Neighbor on July 24th at 10am, Andover Country Neighbor on July 25th at 10am, and the Geneva Public Library on July 29th at 3pm. All sessions are free to the public and will include refreshments.
Homestead tax savings for applicants include a reduction equaled up to $25,000 tax credit on the market value of the home for traditional Homestead and $50,000 for disabled military veterans.
For questions on the program or education sessions, please contact Kris Paolillo in the Auditor’s Office at 440-576-3445 or KCPaolillo@ashtabulacounty.us. For questions or assistance in Auditor Office matters, staff can be reached at 440-576-3783 or firstname.lastname@example.org