Over 65

This application must be submitted during the year in which exemption is sought to the property valuation administrator of the county in which the residential unit is located. Please note, you will qualify for this exemption during the calendar year in which you turn 65.

Homestead Exemption Application Form

Requirements

A person or persons owning, living in and maintaining a residential unit must meet the 65 years of age requirement. If only one spouse is 65, the age requirement is met. If more than one person in the household qualifies you only receive 1 exemption.

Verification of Age: THE Date of birth of the applicant(s) must be established by a substantiating document, such as:

A. Primary Sources Of Proof Of Age
  • Valid KY Driver’s license
  • Red, White and Blue Medicare Card Issued by Social Security
  • Birth certificate or birth registration
  • Confirmation or baptismal records
  • Medical Assistance Card carrying an A or J prefix to Social Security Number
B. Secondary Sources of Proof of Age
  • Insurance policies
  • Marriage records
  • School records
Verification of residence of the applicant(s) must be established by a substantiating document, such as:
  • Valid KY Driver’s License
  • Valid KY State ID
You can fax, mail or email youR application with proof of age/residence to the following:

Marshall County PVA
ATTN: Exemption
1101 Main Street
Benton, KY 42025
thenson@mcpva.com
fax: 270-527-4736

You may also bring a copy of your proof of age/residence to the Marshall County PVA Office during normal business hours, and we will assist you with filling out the forms. We are located on the second floor of the courthouse in Benton and are open between 8:00am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Fraudulent Misrepresentations

Under the provisions of KRS 132.990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500)."


 

Disability

This application must be submitted during the year in which exemption is sought to the property valuation administrator of the county in which the residential unit is located. Please note, the exemption only applies when requirements are met for the entire calendar year.

Disability Exemption Application Form

Requirements

To qualify as a "disabled" taxpayer, the individual must meet ALL of the following four requirements:
  • Taxpayer must both own and occupy the property as his/her permanent residence.
  • The taxpayer must have been classified as totally disabled under a program authorized or administered by the Federal Government or by any other retirement system- it does not matter if the retirement system is located in Kentucky or outside the state- on January 1st of the year in which the application is made and maintain the disability classification through December 31st.
  • The taxpayer must be receiving disability payments pursuant to that disability classification.
  • An annual application for the disability exemption must be filed with the PVA office EVERY YEAR.
Verification of the above requirements must be established with supporting documentation, such as:

A. Proof of Disability Classification
  • BPQY form from Social Security
  • Original Award Letter
AND

B. Proof of Residency
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Current Voter Registration form
You can fax, mail or email youR application with proof of disability AND residence to the following:

Marshall County PVA
ATTN: Exemption
1101 Main Street
Benton, KY 42025
thenson@mcpva.com
fax: 270-527-4736

You may also bring a copy of your proof of disability /residence to the Marshall County PVA Office during normal business hours, and we will assist you with filling out the forms. We are located on the second floor of the courthouse in Benton and are open between 8:00am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Fraudulent Misrepresentations

Under the provisions of KRS 132.990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500)."


 

Religious Organization Exemption

This application is to be used by institutions of religion seeking a property tax exemption for real property pursuant to Section 170 of the Kentucky Constitution. the Constitution specifically exempts all tangible and intangible personal property there is no need to use this application for these types of property.

Religious Organization Exemption Application Form

If you have already qualified for an Exemption for your Religious Organization and would like to seek exemptions for additional property, please download, complete and submit the Addendum Application.

Religious Organization Exemption Addendum Application Form

Please answer all questions as fully as possible and return the application along with all required documents to:

Marshall County PVA
ATTN: Exemption
1101 Main Street
Benton, KY 42025
thenson@mcpva.com
fax: 270-527-4736

Fraudulent Misrepresentations

Under the provisions of KRS 132.990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500)."


 

Non-Profit Organization Exemption

This application is to be used by organizations, other than institutions of religion seeking a property tax exemption pursuant to Section 170 of the Kentucky Constitution. Please note, these requirements differ from the federal government’s income tax exemption requirements.

Non-Profit Organization Exemption Application Form

Please answer all questions as fully as possible and return the application along with all required documents to:

Marshall County PVA
ATTN: Exemption
1101 Main Street
Benton, KY 42025
thenson@mcpva.com
fax: 270-527-4736

Fraudulent Misrepresentations

Under the provisions of KRS 132.990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500)."


 

Change Of Address

This form will change the mailing address for ALL properties matching the "old" mailing address. If this is not your intention, please contact the Marshall County PVA directly at (270) 527-4728 for assistance.

A signature of the current property owner is required for this form to be valid.

Change Of Address Form

Please complete the form and send to:

Marshall County PVA
ATTN: COA
1101 Main Street
Benton, KY 42025
thenson@mcpva.com
fax: 270-527-4736

Fraudulent Misrepresentations

Under the provisions of KRS 132.990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500)."


 

Motor Vehicle Affidavit

The motor vehicle affidavit must be completed and submitted to the PVA office when you need to remove your vehicle from the tax roll. If you have sold or moved your vehicle out of state, junked, totaled, or had your vehicle repossessed prior to January 1st of the current tax year then you may be exonerated from those taxes. If you own the vehicle on January 1st of that tax year you are responsible for taxes. You must complete the form below and provide proper proof of documentation regarding what happened to the vehicle.

Motor Vehicle Affidavit

Proof of Documentation that is accepted:


Moved Out of State:
  • Copy of Registration from New State of Residency
  • Copy of Title of Transfer
  • Letter from your insurance company on their letterhead with VIN#, Make & Model and date your policy was transferred to new state of residency.
  • Closing papers from purchase of a new home
Sold Vehicle Out of State:
  • Copy of back and front of Title signed over to new owner
  • Copy of notarized Bill of Sale
  • Letter from your insurance company on their letterhead with VIN#, Make & Model and date your vehicle was dropped from policy.
Junked Vehicle
  • Receipt from the Junk/Salvage Yard
  • Junked Title (which is done through the County Clerks)
Totaled Vehicle
  • Letter from insurance company with VIN#, Make & Model and Settlement Date and Total Loss
Repossessed Vehicle
  • Repossession Notification from Lien-holder with Date of Repossession and/or Date to be Sold
The PVA is required by the state to receive a completed and signed affidavit and supporting documentation.  SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION MUST INCLUDE THE VIN NUMBER (VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER) OF THE VEHICLE IN QUESTION, TO BE ACCEPTABLE.  The motor vehicle taxes will not be removed from the tax roll until this has been submitted. Should you have further questions you can contact us directly at 270-527-4728.

Please complete and send the affidavit along with all required documentation to: equired documentation to:

Marshall County PVA
ATTN: MOTAX
1101 Main Street
Benton, KY 42025
thenson@mcpva.com
fax: 270-527-4736

You may also bring a copy of appropriate documentation to the Marshall County PVA Office during normal business hours, and we will assist you with filling out the forms. We are located on the second floor of the courthouse in Benton and are open between 8:00am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Fraudulent Misrepresentations

Under the provisions of KRS 132.990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500)."


 

Personal Property Tax Forms

2015 Tangible Form
2015 Tangible Form Instructions

2015 Documented Watercraft
2015 Documented Aircraft

2015 Dealer Inventory

When filing your 2015 tangible personal property tax return, please:

  • File with the Property Valuation Administrator by May 15, 2015. All returns postmarked after May 15, 2015, will be assessed for the tax plus applicable penalties and interest by the Department of Revenue.
  • There is no filing extension provision for tangible personal property tax returns.
  • Tangible personal property tax returns filed after May 15, 2015, will not be allowed a discount.
  • Enter your Social Security or Federal Employer Identification Number on all returns, schedules, attachments and correspondence.
  • Staple all pages of each return together.
  • Sign all returns and list appropriate telephone numbers.
  • Do not file personal property tax returns with the income tax return.
  • Do not send payment with the return. Timely filed tangible returns will be billed no earlier than September 15th and payable to the county sheriff.

Should you have any questions regarding the tangible personal property tax returns, please do not hesitate to contact the State Valuation Branch at (502) 564-2557.

Please complete the form and send to:

Marshall County PVA
ATTN: TANGIBLE
1101 Main Street
Benton, KY 42025
thenson@mcpva.com
fax: 270-527-4736

You may also bring a copy of appropriate documentation to the Marshall County PVA Office during normal business hours, and we will assist you with filling out the forms. We are located on the second floor of the courthouse in Benton and are open between 8:00am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Fraudulent Misrepresentations

Under the provisions of KRS 132.990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500)."