Property Tax/ Rent/ Heat Credit (PTC) Rebate | File
Many Coloradans may be eligible for the Property Tax/Rent/Heat Credit rebate, also known as the "PTC" rebate, which is available every year. It has been available to Colorado residents since 1971. If you are a full-year Colorado resident, 65 years of age or older, or a surviving spouse 58 years of age or older, OR disabled, regardless of age -- you may qualify for the PTC rebate. The actual rebate total is based on the applicant’s income and expenses.
Any Colorado resident who meets the requirements for the rebate should submit the rebate application 104PTC. Once you complete the application you can bring the application to a Colorado Department of Revenue Taxpayer Service Center or send it in by mail.
What are the eligibility requirements?
- Resided in Colorado the entire year.
- Are lawfully present in the United States. Complete the DR 4679 PTC lawful presence affidavit contained in the PTC rebate application booklet.
- Income levels for single and married persons change each year. See the PTC rebate application booklet. You have two years after the end of a calendar year to apply for the rebate.
- You (either husband or wife) are 65 or older by Dec. 31, or are a surviving spouse at least 58 years old by Dec. 31.
- You were disabled for the entire year, regardless of age.
- You are not claimed as a dependent on any other person’s federal income tax return.
Lawful Presence Information
Persons who are 18 years of age or older and are applying for a public benefit such as PTC must prove lawful presence in the United States.
Free assistance for eligible applicants
Free assistance statewide for low-income persons with completing the PTC application and Colorado income tax forms through Denver Asset Building Coalition.
Free Assistance statewide through the Piton Foundation for persons who earned less than $52,000. Or dial 211 (Mile High United Way, it's a free call) to find a free tax preparation site near you.
How to Apply: See PTC Forms and Publications