Up To $500 Tax Rebates For Georgia, Idaho, and Illinois

L Heslop

Many Americans face hardship because of the record-high inflation rate in the country. The federal relief programs have ended. But states are stepping up to help citizens cope. (source)

Is your state providing financial help? If yes, what monetary aid is your state providing for you and other residents?


Georgia residents who filed their 2020 and 2021 taxes are eligible for a rebate. According to the Georgia Department of Revenue, it will come from the tax surplus of the state. (source)

Governor Brain Kemp approved the payments based on filing status. Single filers and married people who file separately can expect $250. Heads of households can expect $375 and married joint filers can expect $500. If you owe money to the state, the amount received will be lower. (source)


Governor Brad Little passed a bill to provide Idahoans with a 12% rebate on their 2020 state taxes or $75. Of the two figures, the resident will receive the higher amount. The bill received approval in January. Payment began in March. People who get their tax refunds via direct deposit will be the first to have the rebate. (source)


Governor J. B. Pritzker approved a landmark state budget. By this Fall, the state will provide rebates of $100 per adult and $50 per dependent. The state lawmakers are also pushing for a moratorium on grocery taxes. There is an additional push for a $300 property tax relief and a 10-day freeze on school supply sales taxes. (source)

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