What are the deadlines for filing deductions and what happens if I miss them?

With the exception of mobile homes, which is explained later, Deduction applications must be completed and dated by December 31 of the year before the first year the taxpayer wishes to claim the deduction and must be filed in Auditor's office or postmarked on or before the January 5th of the year the taxpayer wishes to obtain the deduction (example: file in 2014 for deductions effective 2014 pay 2015). All deductions have qualifications that must be met for the deduction to apply. Mobile home deductions must be filed by March 31 and the mobile home must be owned by January 15. Missed filing deadlines will result in your deduction not being applied until the following year.

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