New Bill Would Provide Tax Relief To NC’s Disabled Vets, First Responders…

Excerpt By: FayObserver. Written By: Drew Brooks.

A North Carolina legislator has filed a bill that could provide millions of dollars of tax relief to the state’s disabled veterans.

Rep. Nelson Dollar, a Wake County Republican, introduced the bill Wednesday with cosponsors Reps. Jason Saine of Lincoln County, Jon Hardister of Guilford County and Rena Turner of Iredell County.

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If approved by the General Assembly, the bill would increase the homestead exemption for North Carolina veterans who have a “permanent and total” service-connected disability rating of 100 percent from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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