Non-Resident Active Duty Military
Active duty, non-resident military personnel may be exempt from personal property taxes in North Carolina. To apply, please submit your most recent Leave & Earnings Statement (LES). The LES must contain the ETS date. You may e-mail your LES to email@example.com. When sending your request for exemption, please provide your Tag # and /or a copy of your tax bill.
NOTE: Check the APPRAISED VALUE amount, located on the front of the bill in the upper right corner. A subscript 1 appears beside the value and it indicates whether a full exemption OR a partial exemption (50%) has already been applied to the tax bill. All applicable vehicle fees for Lillington are payable in full when the 50% military exemption applies.
Military Spouse Residence Relief Act
Spouses may qualify for exemption based on the Military Spouse Residency Relief Act if their domicile is the same as the active duty, non-resident service member. To apply for the exemption, the non-resident military spouse must submit documentation annually to the tax office to prove state of domicile. Please download the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act Application for a list of required documents accepted for proof of domicile. Remit documents to: Harnett County Tax Department, 305 W. Cornelius Harnett Blvd Suite 101, Lillington NC 27546 or fax to 910-814-8302. You may also e-mail your LES and documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. When sending your request for exemption, please provide your Tag # and /or a copy of your tax bill.
Other dependents are NOT exempt. Real property and business personal property are NOT exempt. Other personal property, such as mobile homes, may qualify for the exemption. You may remit the same documentation as stated above for consideration.