I am separated from my spouse. Do I still need to include his or her net worth even though he or she is not an owner of the property?
Yes. The Virginia Attorney General recently issued an opinion concluding that all individuals that are legally married must include both the applicant’s net worth and his or her spouse’s net worth to determine eligibility for tax relief.

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1. What should I do if I sell my home, move out or the qualifying applicant passes away?
2. Are distributions from my individual retirement account (IRA) or annuities included in my gross household income computation for tax relief purposes?
3. I am separated from my spouse. Do I still need to include his or her net worth even though he or she is not an owner of the property?
4. How do I determine the value of my additional acreage so that I can calculate my net worth?
5. What is total and permanent disability?
6. Must my application or certification be notarized?
7. If I have applied for Loudoun County Tax Relief and my application has not been approved by the date my taxes are due, should I pay the taxes?
8. If I am granted tax relief after the 1st half real property tax deadline, which is June 5th, will relief be granted for the entire year?
9. Do I have to be a Loudoun County resident for a minimum period of time before applying for tax relief?
10. What is a sole dwelling? Can I be absent from my home and continue to receive tax relief?
11. Will the Economic Impact Payments (Stimulus checks) from the CARES Act passed in March 2020 be included in income for tax relief purposes?
12. How will the forgiveness of my Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan be handled for Tax Relief?
13. Did the qualifying income or net worth limits increase?
14. The Tax Relief application requests Business Income. I am self-employed and file a Schedule C for my business, what amount should I put on the Tax Relief application?