Low Income Abatements

The purpose of the low income abatement (also known as the circuit breaker or the homeowner's tax credit program) is to provide general property tax relief to older taxpayers who have income below statutorily mandated levels (see financial portion of form) and who own their residence.  Any permanent resident providing their own financial support who is  66 years of age in the year of application or is a surviving spoused that meets the household income requirements is eligible.  This is an annual application and must be filed by September 1st.


Filing Deadline is September 1st

Applications must be turned in at the auditor's office


Cache County Combined Tax Relief Application:      


Filename Filesize Date
/assets/components/filedownload/img/filetypes/document-pdf.png 2019 Cache Tax Relief App.pdf 191.94 kB 2018-12-21
/assets/components/filedownload/img/filetypes/document-pdf.png f8821 Tax Information Authorization-Cache County.pdf 79.51 kB 2019-10-04


Applicants under the age of 65 are not eligible for tax relief unless they have an extreme hardship or a disability. Those applicants must complete the Combined Tax Relief Application and the following low income supplemental packet.


Cache County Hardship Application: 


Filename Filesize Date
/assets/components/filedownload/img/filetypes/document-pdf.png LowIncomeSupplementPacket 2018.pdf 231.34 kB 2018-10-02


*Guidelines for Low Income Abatements are found in Utah Code Annotated,

Sections 59-2-1107 through 1109  and 59-2-1206 through 1208