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Who qualifies for the extra Michigan exemption for the disabled?

Anyone who is deaf, blind, hemiplegic, paraplegic, quadriplegic, or totally and permanently disabled qualifies for the disabled exemption.

If a person is older than 65, they don't qualify as totally and permanently disabled.

To find out more information on if you qualify as being totally and permanently disabled, review the Social Security Guidelines 42 USC 416 .

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