- Frequently Asked Questions
- What Is The Taxable Value Of Your Property?
- Why Did I Receive A Value Notice?
- Why Didn't I Receive A Value Notice
- Is This a Tax Bill?
- Why Did My Values Change?
- What If I Do Not Agree With The Appraisal?
- What Should I Do With The Notice?
- How Can I Get Specific Data On Both My Home And Real Commercial Parcels?
- What Is The Partial Abatement?
- Why did my tax bill increase when my assessed value decreased or did not change?
- Who Is Eligible For The 3% Tax Cap?
- What Is Capped Under The Partial Abatement Statutes?
- What Does Primary Residence Mean?
- How Does The Tax Cap Affect My Exemption?
- Why Did My Bill Go Up By More Than The Prescribed Cap From Last Year's Bill?
- Will My Tax Bill Increase By The Amount Of The Corresponding Cap?
- What If I Rent Out A Room In My Primary Residence?
- What If I Rent Out My Guesthouse Or Casita?
- Is The Land My Manufactured Home Sits On Eligible For The 3% Cap On Taxes?
- If my home is under construction and I am living on the land in a mobile home, can the property qualify as my primary residence (3% "Tax Cap")
- How Do I Qualify For A 3% Tax Cap For Rental Property?
- What If I Run A Business In My Primary Residence? Does My Property Still Qualify For The 3% Tax Cap
- What If My Primary Residence Is On The Same Parcel As My Business?
- What If I Sell My Home Or Purchase A New Home?
- I Received The 3% Tax Cap, Why Did My Assessed Value Go Up By More Than 3%?
- Can I Apply For Or Change My Cap Over The Phone?
- Do I Have To Give You This Information?
- Do All Owners Of A Given Property Have To Sign The Letter?
- I Have Multiple Properties Owned By A Trust That A Trust Beneficiary Live In. Will The 3% Tax Cap Apply To These Properties?
- Is My Tax Rate Capped?
- Is My Taxable Value Capped?
- I Rented My House On July 1st For More Than HUD Median Market Rents, But Now In November Of The Same Year, It Is My Primary Residence. Can I Receive The 3% Cap For The Remainder Of The Fiscal Year?
- I Own A Motel That Rents Weekly For Less Than HUD Median Market Rent For The Month. Do I Qualify For The 3% Cap?
- I Own Many Homes, But Only One Home In Nevada. Do I Qualify For The 3% Cap?
- I Own Many Homes Throughout Nevada, Each Of Which Is Used Only By Me. Can They All Qualify For The 3% Cap?
- You Denied My Request For The 3% (Or Higher) Tax Cap, How Do I Appeal Your Decision?
- I disagree with the decision on my appeal. What is my next step?
- I received tax cap forms for my rental properties, but I didn't receive one for my primary residence. Should I have received one?
- How Do I Apply For Tax Exemption For Non-Profit Or Religious Organizations, Low-Income Housing And Charter Schools?
- Does The State Of Nevada Offer Any Types Of Tax Assistance Or Exemptions To Individual Taxpayers?
- When Should I Apply For An Exemption?
- Who Is Eligible For A Surviving Spouse And How Do I Make Application?
- Who Is Considered To Be Qualified For The "Blind" Exemption?
- What Are The Requirements For A "Veteran's" Exemption
- What Qualifies A Veteran For The "Disabled Veteran" Exemption?
- Where Is The Business Personal Property Page?
- What Is Personal Property Tax?
- What Do I Report?
- Do I Report Depreciation?
- Do I Include Sales Tax?
- How Is My Personal Property Valued?
- How Much Is The Tax?
- What Is The Difference Between Sales Tax And Personal Property Tax?
- Who Has To Report?
- When Do I Report?
- What If My Office Is In My Home?
- What If I Have Used Equipment?
- What If I Use Someone Else's Equipment?
- What If An Item Has No Acquisition Cost? (Home Built, Donated, Borrowed, Etc.)
- Which Building Improvements Do I Report?
- What If I Have No Personal Property?
- What Happens If I Do Not File A Declaration?
- When Do I Pay?
- What If I Disagree With My Assessment?
- Do I Need To Notify The Assessor's Office If I Change My Address Or If I'm No Longer In Business?
- What Is The Function Of The Assessor`s Office?
- Who Sets The Tax Rate?
- How Are Taxes Collected?
- What Causes Your Taxes To Change?
- How Often Can Your Assessed Value Change?
- What If Something Happens To Your Property?
- What If You Disagree With Your Assessed Value?
- What should I do if my mailing address has changed?
- Can I call someone at the Assessor's Office to come out and survey my property or help me locate my property corners?
- Can someone at the Assessor's Office tell me what my property rights are?
- I don't know if my property has an access easement. Can someone at the Assessor's Office help me find out?
- My neighbor keeps driving across my property without my permission. Can someone at the Assessor's Office help me prove to him that he has no right to do this?
- My neighbor built his fence on my property and now he won't move it. Can you write him a letter telling him he has to move the fence?
- I need to get a copy of a plot plan for my property. Does your office have this information?
- I need to find out what the setback requirements are on my property.
- I need to get an elevation certificate for my property.
- Can you tell me if my property is within a FEMA floodplain?
- I Rent My Property Occasionally for about 400 Per Day for a week or so. Does it qualify as Primary Residence since I only made 3300 last year?
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What Are The Requirements For A "Veteran's" ExemptionThe Veteran`s exemption is applicable to an honorably discharged veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States who is a bona fide resident* of the State of Nevada and:
(a) Has served a minimum of 90 continuous days on active duty, who was assigned to active duty at some time between April 21, 1898, and June 15, 1903, or between April 6, 1917, and November 11, 1918, or between December 7, 1941, and December 31, 1946, or between June 25, 1950, and May 7, 1975, or between September 26, 1982, and December 1, 1987, or between October 23, 1983, and November 21, 1983, or between December 20, 1989, and January 31, 1990, or between August 2, 1990, and April 11, 1991, or between December 5, 1992, and March 31, 1994, or between November 20, 1995, and December 20, 1996;
(b) Has served on active duty in connection with carrying out the authorization granted to the President of the United States in Public Law 102-1; or
(c) Has served on active duty in connection with a campaign or expedition for service in which a medal has been authorized by the Government of the United States, regardless of the number of days served on active duty,
and who received, upon severance from service, an honorable discharge or certificate of satisfactory service from the Armed Forces of the United States, or who, having so served, is still serving in the Armed Forces of the United States, is exempt from taxation.
When filing for the first time, it is necessary to bring in a copy of your separation papers showing dates of entry and discharge or release from active duty.
*NRS 361.015 "Bona fide resident" defined. "Bona fide resident" means a person who has:
1. Established a residence in the State of Nevada; and
2. Actually resided in this state for at least 6 months or has a valid driver`s license or identification card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles of this state.