Disabled Veterans


APPLICATION FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY RELIEF (MOTOR VEHICLE) FOR DISABLED VETERANS

APPLICATION FOR REAL ESTATE TAX RELIEF FOR DISABLED VETERANS


NEW LEGISLATION BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2021 - PERSONAL PROPERTY EXEMPTION FOR  VETERANS THAT HAVE A 100% SERVICE-CONNECTED, PERMANENT AND TOTAL DISABILTIY. 

The Constitution of Virginia [Article X, Section 6(a)(8)] now exempts from taxation one motor vehicle owned and used primarily by or for any Veteran of the Armed Forces or Virginia National Guard who meets the following:

Qualifications:

  • Veteran must have a properly documented:
    • rating of 100% service-connected AND permanent AND total disability OR
    • total (100%) disability rating on basis of individual unemployability due to service-connected disability (TDIU).
  • The one motor vehicle includes only an automobile or pickup truck owned and used primarily by or for a Veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States or the Virginia National Guard.
  • Any such motor vehicle owned by a married person may qualify if either spouse is a Veteran of the Armed Forces or Virginia National Guard who is 100% service-connected, totally and permanently disabled.

Required Documentation or Verification:

  • Certification letter of disability being: (a) 100% service-connected, AND (b) permanent, AND (c) total OR 100% TDIU.
  • COR staff will verify status of personal property with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
Reapply ONLY if personal property changes.

CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY EXEMPTION ON YOUR VEHICLE ONLY. 

Real Estate Tax Exemption

The Virginia General Assembly enacted on April 6, 2011, legislation which exempts from real property taxation the principal residence of veterans that have a 100% service-connected, permanent, and total disability. The exemption is effective as of January 1, 2011 and also extends to the surviving spouse, if the veteran’s death occurred on or after January 1, 2011.

Application for Exemption for Real Estate Taxes is required and certain documentation must be provided; however, the application is generally a one-time process and does not need to be re-filed annually, unless the veteran’s principal place of residence changes. Information may be obtained by mail, email, or telephone at:

Commissioner of the Revenue
9027 Center Street - Suite 104
Manassas, VA 20110

Ph: 703-257-8298
Fx: 703-257-5344

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