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Low-income property owners must apply for tax relief before Monday's deadline

Veteran and low-income homeowners have until Monday to apply for property tax assistance programs.

The program for low-income Montanans allows single homeowners making under $28,000 and couples making under $37,000 to reduce their property taxes by up to 80%.

The Montana Disabled Veteran Assistance Program provides property tax relief for vets and a surviving spouse. That program reduces the tax burden by 50 to 100%, depending on financial circumstances.

Homeowners that miss the April 15 deadline will be considered for property tax relief next year.

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Aaron is Montana Public Radio's Flathead reporter.