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    Quads pay no Property Taxes in Florida!

    What other states have this exemption. This should be nation wide. It may be the difference on whether I can afford to move out of state.

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    Exemption for Totally and Permanently Disabled Persons

    1.Real estate used and owned as a homestead by a quadriplegic, less any portion used for commercial purposes, is exempt from taxation.




    http://www.myflorida.com/dor/property/exemptions.html

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    Wow Norm,
    I had no idea this was possible anywhere!
    I'm going to look into that in NJ, and maybe I'll come across info about other states as well, I'll post if I find out anything.
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    Hi Cathy, It should be nation wide. When I contacted PA Tax office a few years ago, they were like are you dreaming!

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    Hey Norm,
    I just went to the NJ Dept of Revenue, and emailed them the question.
    I'll let you know when I hear.
    Hey, if it is in NJ (highly doubt it, totally NOT a tax friendly state),
    move here!
    C

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    In PA they give only a $500 rebate.NJ is a little far for me. I really want to be close to my Dad & Grandmother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm
    Exemption for Totally and Permanently Disabled Persons

    1.Real estate used and owned as a homestead by a quadriplegic, less any portion used for commercial purposes, is exempt from taxation.




    http://www.myflorida.com/dor/property/exemptions.html
    Just amazing, I wish it was the same here in Canada, I pay more than 2000$ a year for a small condo. Florida, here I come
    Pharmacist, C4-5 injury but functional C6 (no triceps/flexors)

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    If I move to PA I will pay about $2600 or more
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    how do you find out i live in ga

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    we are in south Texas and we do get a discount due to my husband being a para ... this discount takes a whooping 75$ off of our 3500 $ taxes but hey we haven't turned it down better then nothing being knocked off

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