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Montana Property Tax Rebate (July 2023)

The Property Tax Rebate is a rebate of up to $675 a year of property taxes paid on a principal residence. There is a rebate available for property taxes paid for the 2022 tax year and another rebate available for property taxes paid for the 2023 tax year.


Property Tax Rebate Amount

Each rebate is $675 or an amount not to exceed the property taxes on a principal Montana residence for each year.


Qualifications

Each rebate is only available to taxpayers who were billed and paid Montana property taxes on their principal residence in each year. To qualify, during each year, you must have:


owned a Montana residence for at least seven months,

lived in this Montana residence for at least seven months,

had property taxes, including special assessments and other fees, billed on this residence, and

paid those property taxes on this residence.

If you moved in either year, you may still claim a rebate if you owned and lived in a principal residence for at least seven consecutive months for the year of the rebate and were billed and paid property taxes on this residence.


The property tax bill must be addressed to and in the name of the individual or grantor revocable trust claiming the rebate. Homes held in an LLC or corporation aren’t eligible for the rebate, even if a member or shareholder lived in the home for more than seven months during 2022. Estates and trusts, other than grantor revocable trusts, are not eligible for the rebate.


Claiming a Rebate

Taxpayers may claim the 2022 rebate online through our TransAction Portal or by paper form beginning August 15, 2023. The claim must be filed by October 1, 2023. We will begin accepting claims for the 2023 rebate on August 15, 2024. The claim must be filed by October 1, 2024.


We will provide more information on this webpage about how to file for a rebate in mid-July.


Rebate Mailings

You may receive two mailings about the 2022 rebates, in June and August.


In June, taxpayers who owned residential property during tax year 2022 will receive a postcard about the 2022 rebate.


In August, taxpayers who owned residential property during tax year 2022 will receive a notice with eligibility information and how to claim the rebate.


Receipt of either notice does not necessarily mean you are eligible for the 2022 Property Tax Rebate. Please read the letter to determine if you qualify for the 2022 rebate and how to claim it.


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