Acworth February 6, 2023
211
Listed
73
Avg. DOM
$206.23
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$472,028
Med. List Price
211 Properties
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Listing information last updated on February 6, 2023 at 2:15 AM EST.

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COBB COUNTY TAX EXEMPTIONS

One of the benefits of moving to Cobb County GA and retiring is that at the age of 62 all the school general and school bond category taxes are removed.  On top of your Homestead Exemption this will cut your taxes down by more than 50%.

Cobb County Basic Homestead

This is a $10,000 exemption in the county general and school general tax categories. The 2020 Basic Homestead Exemption is worth $273.60. In addition, you are automatically eligible for a $10,000 exemption in the school general tax category.  When applying you must provide proof of Georgia residency.

Cobb County School Tax (Age 62)


This is an exemption from all taxes in the school general and school bond tax categories. In order to qualify, you must be 62 years of age on or before January 1 of the current tax year. When applying you must provide proof of age.

State Veteran's Disability


This is a set exemption in all tax categories. In order to qualify, you must have 100% service-connected disability, be compensated at 100% due to unemployability, or be a disabled veteran as defined by O.C.G.A. § 48-5-48. When applying you must provide a letter from the Veteran’s Administration indicating the effective date of the Veteran’s 100% service-connected disability.

State Surviving Spouse


This is an exemption in all tax categories. In order to qualify, you must be the un-remarried surviving spouse or minor child(ren) of a member of the U.S. armed forces killed in any war or conflict or died as a result of service-connected injury or illness (as defined in O.C.G.A. § 48-5-52.1) and are receiving spousal benefits from the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs. When applying you must provide a letter from the Secretary of Defense evidencing the un-remarried surviving spouse or minor child(ren) is receiving spousal benefits as a result of the death of their spouse.

State Surviving Spouse of a Peace Officer or Firefighter Killed in the Line of Duty


This is an exemption for the full value of the homestead. In order to qualify, you must be the un-remarried surviving spouse of a peace officer or firefighter killed in the line of duty. When applying you must provide a copy of the death certificate and documentation from the municipality evidencing the Firefighter or Peace Officer was killed in the line of duty.

This information was provided by the Cobb County Tax Commissioners office.

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