Property Tax Exemption Committee
Rick Rubow, Chairperson
This committee provides information regarding property tax exemptions, forms and procedures – reviews exemption issues, legislation, and court decisions – acts as a resource to help assessors make property tax exemption determinations.
Click on the links below to see additional information.
Exemption Flow Chart (pps file) -By David Lutzke
Exemption Guide - by Steven F. Schwoerer and Katrina Malson
"Taxed in Part" references from Wisc Property Assessment Manual and Wisc. Stats.
Wisconsin Property Assessment Manual Chapter 22 "Property Tax Exemption"
PROPERTY OWNER RESOURCES
WI DOR Property Tax Exemption Forms:
PC-220 Property Tax Exemption Request
PC-220A Multi-parcel Tax Exemption Report
PR-230 Property Tax Exemption Request
PR-303 Request for Exemption of Renewable Energy System
EXEMPTION FORMS TO BE FILED WITH MUNICIPAL CLERK
Tax Exemption Report - to be filed with the local clerk no later that March 31 in even numbered years (sec. 70.337, Wis. Stats.) (PC-220 (R. 6-09)
Multi Parcel Tax Exemption Report - to be filed with the municipal clerk no later than March 31, in even numbered years (sec. 70.337, Wis. Stats.) (PC-220A(R. 6-09)
Unrelated Business Income Report (s. 70.339, Wis. Stats.) - to be completed annually by all exempt organizations that own property used during the past year in a trade or business for which the owner of the property was subject to taxation under sections 511, 512, 513, 514 or 515 of the Internal Revenue Code as defined in s. 71.22(4m), Stats. This form must be filed with the taxation district by March 15
EXEMPTION FORMS TO BE FILED WITH MUNICIPAL ASSESSOR
Property Tax Exemption Request – the completed form and the attachments must be filed with the assessor in the taxation district where the property is located by March 1 to be eligible for the current assessment year (PR-230)
Energy System Exemption Request – Submit completed form to the local assessor by March 1 (PR-303)
Low-Income Housing Exemption property Owner’s Certification of Occupancy – This form must be filed with the assessor by March 1 to qualify for a property tax exemption as low-income housing (Sec. 70.11(4a)(g)1, Wis. Stats) (PR-231)