Laws & Taxes

Laws & Taxes

More than $30 Million in Property Tax Refunds Issued to Homeowners

The Montana Department of Revenue has issued about $30.6 million in property tax refunds to 86,720 Montana households, department officials said on Friday. The department...

The Anticipated Processing Times For Property Tax Refund

As of August 30, Montana Department of Revenue have received 56,804 online and 48,000 paper filings. That’s a total of 104,804 filings! DOR announced the...

Montana tax refund highlighted in Great Falls

Montana's property tax refund is coming just in time for some Great Falls residents. Democratic lawmakers held a news conference with some local families...

$400 Property Tax Refund Online Filing Available Now

About the Refund The 2007 Montana Legislature passed a law to refund up to $400 of property taxes paid in 2006 (or earlier years in...

Democrats remind taxpayers to apply

Democrats are holding press conferences across Montana this week to remind homeowners to apply for their $400 tax rebate in the coming weeks. “Homeowners should...

$400 Property Tax Refund Update

$400 per-household property tax refund applies to real estate property taxes paid on a homeowner’s principal residence in 2006. If less than $400 was...

About your $400 property tax rebate

The tax rebate program is a bit cumbersome. Unlike past rebate programs, instead of mailing a check to all eligible taxpayers, the Montana Department...

Grant program helps people protect homes from wildfires

Clearing the shrubs and trimming the trees would have involved a lot of labor, or at least cost a good amount of money to...

No tax hike from reappraisal

Gov. Brian Schweitzer said in June he'll propose a bill in 2009 to ensure no statewide property tax increase occurs because of the...

So, how do I get my $400 property tax rebate?

The Montana Legislature last month passed rebates of up to $400 for homeowners, so where's the money

It seems like every year we’re paying higher and higher property taxes

Great Falls government can't beat the higher costs of energy and fuel, employee wages, insurance costs and equipment. So it's planning to increase property...

’09 bill would prevent certain increases in property taxes

Governor Brian Schweitzer said Thursday he'll propose a bill in 2009 to ensure no statewide property tax increase occurs because of the ongoing reappraisal...

TIC Regulation Changes Considered by States

State legislatures have made a number of moves to change the regulatory environment of tenancies in common transactions so far this year, though none...

1,500 homes could be built in one of the fastest growing regions in the...

Ravalli County avoided what could have been a multi-million dollar lawsuit on Monday by settling a development dispute out of court, giving developers the...

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