Are all Clay County Senior Residents eligible for Senate Bill 190 tax relief?

The ordinance passed by the Clay County Commission states any Clay County, Missouri resident who has reached the eligible age for "old-age insurance benefits" of 62 years of age as defined for Social Security, owns a home and is liable for the property taxes on that home is eligible for the tax credit.

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1. How and when do I obtain a form to take advantage of the tax credit?
2. Are all Clay County Senior Residents eligible for Senate Bill 190 tax relief?
3. What is the status of Clay County enacting legislation to enact Senate Bill 190?
4. Once Clay County enacts legislation, is a senior automatically in the program?
5. Once in the program, will a senior’s real estate property tax always be the same and never go up?
6. What is the estimated financial impact to Clay County, cities, school districts, and other jurisdictions?
7. Where can I submit questions or comments regarding this program?
8. What year will be used as the base year for determining my tax credit?
9. What if only one spouse meets the age requirements for the tax credit?