What is a religious or charitable exemption?

An organization which is the owner of real or tangible personal property, or licensed motor vehicles and is seeking a property tax exemption may file for an exemption, if:

  1. The property is owned by and used exclusively for agricultural and horticultural societies
  2. The property is:
    • Not owned or used by an organization which discriminates in membership or employment based on race, color, or national origin
    • Not owned or used for financial gain or profit to either the owner or user
    • Not used for the sale of alcoholic beverages for more than 20 hours per week
    • Owned by educational religious, charitable, or cemetery organizations
    • Used exclusively for educational, religious, charitable, or cemetery purposes

Learn more about religious or charitable exemptions (PDF).

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1. Where is the Assessor/Register of Deeds Office?
2. What are the duties of the County Assessor/Register of Deeds?
3. What is the Parcel Identification Number?
4. How are taxes calculated?
5. What is real property?
6. What is taxable personal property?
7. Who must file a Nebraska personal property return?
8. What is a homestead exemption?
9. Who can file for a homestead exemption?
10. What is a religious or charitable exemption?
11. When are property values established?
12. What is Greenbelt?
13. How are property values established?
14. How is agriculture and horticultural land valued?
15. Why did my value change?