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New Boston Property Tax Exemptions & Credits
Pursuant to the State Statutes, as amended, the Town of New Boston has adopted the following Property Tax Exemptions and/or Credits which are available to those residents who qualify.

For more complete information, please call the Selectmen's or Assessing Office - 603-487-2500 X 161

Applications must completed and submitted to the Assessing Office by April 15th to received the exemption on the next tax bill issued.  


Now Available on-line
PA-29 FORM - Application for Property Tax Credit/Exemptions

Blind Exemption - Adopted - March 1995         Revised - March 13, 2007
Exemption Amount - if eligible
$33,000.00 - from the assessed value of property.
Please call the Selectmen's Office or the Assessing Office - 487-2500 X 161

Deferral for the Elderly and Disabled - if eligible
Please call the Selectmen's Office or the Assessing Office - 487-2500 X 161

Disabled Exemption - Adopted - March 1998       Revised - March 13, 2007    Revised March 11, 2008
Income Limit(s)
Single - $35,000.00/year
Married - $45,000.00/year
Asset Limit - $90,000.00 - excluding the value of the actual residence*
Exemption Amount - if eligible
$70,400.00 - from the assessed value of property.
*Dwelling and 2 acres of land

Elderly Exemption - Adopted - March 9, 1982       Revised - March 13, 2007     Revised March 11, 2008
Income Limit(s)
Single - $35,000.00/year
Married - $45,000.00/year
Asset Limit - $90,000.00 - excluding the value of the actual residence*
Exemption Amounts - if eligible
65 - 74 years of age - $88,000.00
75 - 79 years of age - $121,000.00
80 years of age and older - $176,000.00
*Dwelling and 2 acres of land

Improvements to Assist Persons with Disabilities - if eligible
Please call the Selectmen's Office or the Assessing Office - 487-2500 x161
Solar-Powered Energy Exemption - Adopted - March 11, 2008
Additional Information - RSA 72:61

Wind-Powered Energy Exemption - Adopted - March 11, 2008
Additional Information - RSA 72:65

Veterans Tax Credit - Revised - March 14, 2006
Exemption Amounts - if eligible
War Service - $500.00 Tax Credit
Service Connected Total and Permanent Disability - $2,000.00
Surviving Spouse of Veteran Who Died on Active Duty - $700.00

Statement of Qualification for Propert Tax Credit or Exemption - if Applicable
PA-33 FORM  -  To be completed by property owners wishing to establish their status as holding equitable title/the beneficial interest owner of a trust, or holding a life estate in a property.
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