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As a component of the federal funding received by the department as the administering agency for the special women, infants, and children supplemental food program, from the United States department of agriculture, food and consumer service, the depar...
A resident of a health care facility shall not be discharged solely because the cost of the resident’s care is being paid under chapter 249A or because the resident’s source of payment is changing from private support to payment under chapter 249A .
Tagged topics: medical assistance
A city, city council, or city zoning commission shall consider the residence of the recipient of services under a home and community-based services waiver as a residential use of property for the purposes of zoning and shall treat the use of the resid...
Tagged topics: housingmedical assistance
In addition to the homestead tax credit allowed under section 425.1, subsections 1 to 4, persons who own or rent their homesteads and who meet the qualifications provided in this subchapter are eligible for an extraordinary property tax credit or ...
As used in this subchapter, unless the context otherwise requires: “Base year” means the calendar year last ending before the claim is filed. “Claimant” means either of the following: A person filing a claim for credit or reimbursement under this...
Subject to the limitations provided in this subchapter, a claimant may annually claim a credit for property taxes due during the fiscal year next following the base year or claim a reimbursement for rent constituting property taxes paid in the base ...
The right to file a claim for reimbursement or credit under this subchapter may be exercised by the claimant or on behalf of a claimant by the claimant’s legal guardian, spouse, or attorney, or by the executor or administrator of the claimant’s esta...
A claim for reimbursement for rent constituting property taxes paid shall not be paid or allowed, unless the claim is filed with and in the possession of the department of revenue on or before June 1 of the year following the base year. A claim for cr...
Only one claimant per household per year shall be entitled to reimbursement under this subchapter and only one claimant per household per fiscal year shall be entitled to a credit under this subchapter .
The amount of any claim for credit or reimbursement payable under this subchapter may be applied by the department of revenue against any tax liability, delinquent accounts, charges, loans, fees, or other indebtedness due the state or state agency t...