CR-DVHE70, Market Value Exclusion on Homestead of Disabled Veteran with 70 percent or more

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CR-DVHE70
Market Value Exclusion on Homestead of Disabled Veterans
with 70 Percent or More Disability
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Provides for market value exclusion for homesteads of disabled veterans
Applications are due by July 1. Read instructions before completing. Please note that there is a separate application for veterans with total
(100 percent) and permanent disability.
Last Name
First Name
M.I. Social Security Number
Spouse’s First Name
Spouse’s Last Name
M.I.
Social Security Number
Address (Cannot be a P.O. Box Number)
City
State
Date of Birth
Zip Code
County
Property ID Number (from property tax statement)
Check one: Is this property your homestead?
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Check All That Apply
Yes
No
Check all boxes that apply. You must have a U.S. Government Form DD214 or other official military discharge papers, and must be
certified by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as having a service-connected disability of 70 percent or more.
Check one:
I have attached the appropriate documentation certifying that I have been honorably discharged and verifying my disability status.
Yes
No
By signing below, I certify that the above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
Signature of Applicant
Signature of Spouse
Date Please mail completed application and required attachments to your county assessor.
(Rev. 10/13)
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Form CR-DVHE70 Instructions
Who is eligible?
You may be eligible for a market value
exclusion of up to $150,000 on homestead
property if you are a United States military
veteran with a service-connected disability
of 70 percent or more.
You may be eligible for a market value
exclusion of up to $300,000 on homestead
property if you are a United States military
veteran with total (100 percent) and permanent service-connected disability. If you are
100 percent and permanently disabled, you
must complete form CR-DVHE100 (Market
Value Exclusion on Homestead Property
of Veterans with Total and Permanent Disability).
You must be able to verify honorable discharge from the United States armed forces
as indicated by U.S. Government Form
DD214 or other official military discharge
papers. You must also be certified by the
United States Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA) as having service-connected
disability.
Homestead Property
This application is not a substitute for a
homestead application. You must apply for
and be granted homestead on a qualifying
property prior to applying for this market
value exclusion.
How to Apply
Use of Information
Any veteran qualifying for the $150,000 exclusion must reapply by July 1 of each year
to continue to be eligible for the exclusion.
Penalties
Complete the entire application fully and
legibly. Attach all proper documentation. Mail the application and the required
documentation to your county assessor by
July 1 of the current year to be eligible for
exclusion in the next payable tax year.
If you are married and you own your home
jointly, both you and your spouse must sign
the form.
Required Attachments
Please attach official military discharge
papers (United States Government Form
DD214 or other) to verify that you have
been honorably discharged from the United
States Armed Forces. Please also attach any
forms that verify your service-connected
disability status as certified by the United
States Veterans Affairs department.
It is acceptable to supply one letter provided by the VA containing all of the above
information.
The information on this form is required
by Minnesota Statutes, section 273.13 to
properly identify you and determine if you
qualify for the market value exclusion. Your
Social Security number is required. If you
do not provide the required information,
your application may be delayed or denied.
Making false statements on this application
is against the law. Minnesota Statutes, section 609.41, states that anyone giving false
information in order to avoid or reduce their
tax obligations is subject to a fine of up to
$3,000 and/or up to one year in prison.
Additional Resources
Your county’s Veterans Service Office and
Assessor’s Office should be able to assist you
with properly filling out this form. A fact
sheet may be found on the Department of
Revenue’s website at www.taxes.state.mn.us.