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How do I qualify for the Senior Citizen Quad Payment Program?
To qualify for the Senior Citizen Quad Payment Program:
- You must be 62 years of age or older by December 31 of the tax year
- You must live at the address which you desire to have covered by the quad installment payment option
- You (not a Trust) must own this real estate in fee simple, or as a co-tenant, by tenancy in the common, joint tenancy, or tenancy by the entirety
- All prior year taxes must be paid and not delinquent
- The property is assessed solely as residential property
- You must apply for the program and meet all requirements to remain in program

Exclusions: Real estate held in the name of a trusteeship and/or real estate which taxes are paid by a financial institution with the obligation to pay these taxes as a service from escrow accounts are not eligible for participation in the Senior Citizen Quad Payment Program.

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1. What is the Senior Citizen Quad Payment Program?
2. How do I qualify for the Senior Citizen Quad Payment Program?
3. How do I sign up?
4. Will I still receive a tax bill?
5. How do I make my quad installment payments?
6. What happens if I miss or am late with my payment?
7. What is the Senior Citizen Property Tax Credit?
8. Who is eligible for the State of Missouri Property Tax Credit?