The Town of Gilmanton Assesor's Office Mission:
Appraise and assess all real estate
Maintain Property Record Card data
Oversee all Tax Exemption and Tax Credit Programs
Assist taxpayers and the general public
Administer Tax Abatements
Credits and Exemptions:
All Permanent Applications for Property Tax Credit/Exemption (PA-29) must be submitted by April 15th preceding the setting of the tax rate. The most recent version of the application can be downloaded from the Department of Revenue website at: http://revenue.nh.gov/forms/index.htm Please contact the Assessing Office for any questions or assistance.
* Worksheets and Applications can be found under Documents and Forms
Veteran's Tax Credit: $500.00
Service Connected Total & Permanent Disability: $1,600.00
Surviving Spouse of Veteran Killed in Active Duty: $700.00
Income Limits Single $13,400.00/ Married $20,400.00
Asset Limits Single or Married $35,000.00
Elderly 65-74: $80,000.00
Income Limits Single $27,000.00/ Married $40,000.00
Asset Limits Single or Married $75,000.00
Improvements to Assist the Deaf: 100% feature value
Improvements to Assist Persons with Disabilities: 100% feature value
Blind Exemption: $15,000.00
Solar Energy Systems Exemption: 100% system value
Woodheating Energy Systems Exemption: 100% system value
Wind-Powered Energy Systems Exemption: 100% system value
NOTE:Apply by the filing deadline date of April 15th of the current tax year.
Disabled Veterans or Widow of Disabled Veteran (RSA 72:35):
Any person who has been honorably discharged from the military service and who has a total and permanent service-connected disability, or the surviving spouse of such a person shall receive a yearly tax credit of $1,600 of property taxes on his residential property.Exemption: $1,600 reduction of total real estate tax bill Disability must be total and permanent service-connected injury (regardless of dates served) Principle place of abode Owner of the property on April 1st of application year by the filing deadline date of April 15th of the current tax year.
The applicant must be a New Hampshire resident for the past five years.