You might be eligible for the Idaho Property Tax Deferral program if you’re an Idaho resident and homeowner. The program lets you postpone paying taxes on your home and up to one acre of land. You must pay the taxes and interest later.
Note: This program won’t defer solid waste, irrigation, or other fees that government entities charge.
Read more about the Property Tax Deferral program:
2023 Property Tax Deferral program.
County assessors and the Tax Commission manage this program. If the guide above and this page don’t answer your questions, contact your county assessor’s office or call us at (208) 334-7736.
You might qualify for this program in 2023 if both of these apply:
- Your income for 2022 was $53,638 or less.
- You meet the conditions described in the guide for the 2023 Property Tax Deferral program.
You must apply and qualify for this program every year. You must apply between January 1 and September 5, 2023, for a deferral on your 2023 taxes.
If your application’s approved, we pay the county directly. You won’t see the deferral on your property tax bill.
Before you apply: See the guide for the 2023 Property Tax Deferral program for the information you’ll need to have ready.
Alternately, you can fill out and mail a paper form to your county assessor. Contact your assessor’s office for the form or download it here:
Other tax relief options
You might also qualify for these programs:
- Property Tax Reduction. This program has an income limit.
- Disabled Veterans benefit. This program doesn’t have an income limit.