Does Marion have a Property Tax Work-Off Program?

Yes! The Senior Work-Off Abatement Program allows taxpayers to provide services to the town in exchange for a reduction in their tax bill. One must be over the age of 60 and own and occupy, as a principal residence, the property for which Marion taxes are paid. Only one qualifying resident of the property may participate. Hourly compensation is based on the current state minimum wage and may not exceed $750.00. This program runs from November 1st through October 31st. Registration for this program takes place in October. Even if you have participated in this program in previous years you still have to register each year. When registering you must bring a photo id, a copy of your current tax bill, and a copy of your trust (if applicable). To find out when registration will be held an announcement will be placed in the COA newsletter or you may call the COA office at 508-748-3570.

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