What is a Circuit Breaker credit?
Circuit Breaker is a credit to real property taxes for taxpayers who are classified as homeowner who filed and was granted a home exemption claim under section 3.48.450. Upon proper application, a homeowner shall be entitled to a credit in the amount that the real property tax assessed on the homeowner property tax exceeds two per cent of household income. The credit shall be applied in equal pro rata amounts against each tax payment due for the tax year following the year in which an application for credit is submitted and granted.

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1. How to Contact Us
2. How do I calculate my tax bill?
3. Can I pay both cycles now?
4. There is only one coupon, will I get another for the next cycle?
5. Can I pay by credit card?
6. What is a Circuit Breaker credit?
7. When are my taxes due and what period does this bill cover?
8. I want to put a lien on a property because they owe me money, how do I do this?
9. Where can I get a list of real estate foreclosures in Maui County?
10. Why is the previous owner's name still on my bill and/or assessment?
11. "I filed for the Homeower's Exemption. Why isn't it reflected on my bill?"
12. Why did I get two bills in the mail?
13. Why isn't my name on the bill?