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Provincial Property Tax Programs - Request for Additional Information
Additional information on the Prince Edward Island Property Tax Programs listed below is available from Taxation and Property Records. Simply check the appropriate boxes on the Request for Information on Provincial Property Tax Programs form and submit the form to Taxation and Property Records.
Owner-Occupied Residential Tax Credit
This tax credit was discontinued after taxable value assessment increases were tied to increases in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for PEI. However, residential tax credits that accumulated between 2003 and 2007 under this program will remain in place provided the current ownership of the property does not change.
Provincial Tax Credit
Registered property owners who reside in the province for 183 consecutive days or more in each taxation year (January to December) may be eligible for this property tax credit.
Real Property Tax Deferral Programs for Seniors
Registered Property owners, who are age sixty-five years and over and meet the program criteria, may be eligible to defer property taxes on their principal residence.
Registered property owners who earn at least 25% of their gross annual income, or $10,000 from farming may be eligible for this property tax credit
Farm Use Assessment
Registered property owners who rent or lease clear land to a bona fide farmer may be eligible for this property tax credit.
Environmental Land Credit
Registered property owners, who have one hectare (2.5 acres) or more, of land with a slope greater than 9% and who qualify for farm assessment or farm use assessment, may be eligible for an Environmental Land Credit
Registered property owners, with one hectare (2.5 acres) or more, of land within a buffer zone and who qualify for farm assessment or farm use assessment, may be eligible for an Environmental Land Credit
Environmentally Beneficial Farm Building Credit
Registered property owners who are bona fide farmers in compliance, or actively in the process of complying with environmental legislation and guidelines, may be eligible to receive a tax credit
For more information, contact Taxation and Property Records at 902-368-4070 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page is prepared for information purposes only, and should not be considered a substitute for the applicable statutes. Should there be any conflict between the contents of this page and the statutes, the statutes shall prevail.
The forms listed below are also available in French on our Formulaires page.
Provincial Property Tax Programs Post Card