Who is Eligible:
Low income seniors and low income persons with disabilities
Low income seniors who are in receipt of the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) or benefits under the Guaranteed Annual Income System (GAINS) Program and have attained the age of 65 years and low-income persons with disabilities who are in receipt of benefits under the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) or in receipt of disability benefits under the current Family Benefits Act (FBA) or in receipt of benefits under the Guaranteed Annual Income System (GAINS) for the Disabled and be eligible to claim a disability amount as defined under the Income Tax Act may apply to the City of Guelph for a partial tax deferral of their annual property taxes.
Steps to Get this Rebate:
1. Applications must be submitted to the City on or before the last day of December in the year for which the application applies, on a form prescribed by the City for this purpose Applications are available by calling the City of Guelph Tax Office at (519) 837-5605, or by printing the Application form.
When the Rebate Ends:
Call: (519) 837-5605
City of Guelph, Finance Dept.- Revenue & Taxation , 1 Carden St, Guelph, On N1H 3A1
Web Address: Deferral of taxes for Low-Income Seniors and Low-Income disabled Persons website
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