Tax Relief

  • AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program: Available free to taxpayers with low and moderate income, with special attention to those over 60. Call Council on Aging at (508) 647-6540
  • Child Tax Credit (CTC): Cuts federal tax bill for some families. Call your tax advisor or Human Services (508) 647-6540
  • Circuit Breaker: For qualifying seniors, the Property Tax Circuit Breaker may provide you a refund on your state income taxes.  Call Council on Aging at (508) 647-6540
  • Disabled Accommodation: Property tax exemption to fund home improvements to accommodate a disabled person age 60+.  Assessor’s office (508) 647-6420
  • Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC): A refundable federal tax credit for eligible low to moderate income taxpayers. Call Human Services at (508) 647-6540
  • Elderly & Disabled Taxation Fund: Supported by voluntary donations to assist qualifying taxpayers. Assessor’s office (508) 647-6420
  • Property Tax Exemptions: Natick offers tax exemptions for seniors, veterans, legally blind and other qualifying taxpayers.  Requirements vary for each exemption.  Assessor’s Office (508) 647-6420
  • Tax Abatements: Residents who believe real estate, personal property or a motor vehicle was incorrectly assessed should promptly request abatements through an appeal.  Timing varies based on the tax. Assessor’s office (508) 647-6420
  • Tax Deferral Program: Qualifying homeowners 65+ may defer all or part of their property taxes until the property is sold or transferred, at 2% interest.  Assessor’s office (508) 647-6420
  • Tax work-off program: Qualifying homeowners age 60+ and veterans may earn a property tax credit up to $1375.  Work may be performed by a surrogate.  Council on Aging (508) 647-6540