Seniors May Be Able to Save on Real Estate Taxes

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Senior citizens 65 and older may be eligible to receive real estate tax credits, sometimes referred to as Circuit Breaker Credits.

Brian Lynch of the Massachusetts Department of Revenue will explain these and other potential tax savings at the Haverhill Council on Aging, 10 Welcome St., Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 1 p.m. A brochure and any necessary application forms will be available.

Register by contacting Kathy or Rita at 978-374-2390.