Oklahoma residents must complete Form 538-H to request a loan or property tax refund of up to $200.
The form deadline is June 30, 2023 and depends on several factors. Total household income, Oklahoma residency, age or disability.
Gross household income refers to the amount of income received by each person living in the same household, regardless of the source of income.
This includes, for example, pensions, pensions, social security, unemployment benefits, disability benefits for veterans, school subsidies or scholarships. It also includes benefits, alimony, child support, workers’ compensation insurance, time off insurance benefits, capital gains insurance, and self-employment.
All requests for relief must be received by the Oklahoma Tax Commission by June 30, 2023. If the due date falls on a weekend or holiday when the OTC office is closed, the due date will be the next business day.
Please note that you will not be able to submit amended statements to claim this credit after the cut-off date.
Who is it for?
Eligible applicants must have a total household income less than or equal to her $12,000. Also, he must have resided in Oklahoma for at least one year. You or your spouse must be over the age of 65 for her or the head of household is fully disabled and disabled.