Who is eligible for the Tax Deferral Program?
The following people are eligible for the Tax Deferral Program:
  • A resident taxpayer or their spouse, who is age 65 or older at the close of the preceding calendar year

  • A resident taxpayer who is eligible to receive permanent total disability benefits under social security or other qualified government disability plans and is currently receiving a disability exemption in Norwalk

  • A surviving spouse who is age 60 or older whose spouse qualified under this program at the time of their death

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1. What is a Tax Deferral program?
2. Who is eligible for the Tax Deferral Program?
3. How do I know which local program is right for me?
4. How long must the applicant have been a Norwalk taxpayer to qualify?
5. What if I owe delinquent taxes?
6. What property is eligible for the Norwalk Tax Deferral Program?
7. Is there a qualifying income limit?
8. Are there any other requirements or limitations?
9. What is the period for filing an application?
10. What documentation do I need?
11. Is the information that I file open to the public?
12. How much of my taxes can I defer under this program?
13. If I decide to defer my taxes, will the city put a lien on my property?
14. So, I have to pay back all of my deferred taxes?
15. What interest rate will the city charge?
16. What if I own the property with others who are not eligible?
17. What if I own a multi-family property?
18. Am I eligible for tax relief if I receive credits or exemptions in another municipality or state?