# Tax rebate
Americans Have Until February 28 To Claim A $1,500 Payment
New Jersey residents now have until the end of February to claim a property tax rebate worth up to $1,500. The Affordable New Jersey Communities for Homeowners and Renters (ANCHOR) is providing some financial relief to residents. This program provides property tax relief for New Jersey residents who owned or rented their homes on October 1, 2019. Governor Phil Murphy announced that the deadline has been extended to February 28, 2023. This has changed twice from December 30, 2022, and January 31, 2023. (source)
Deadline Approaching For Americans To Claim Payment Worth Up To $800
Residents of South Carolina have about two weeks to apply for tax rebate worth up to $800. The original deadline to file your 2021 income tax and be qualified for this payment was October 17, 2022. However, if you missed filing your taxes by then, you are in luck. The deadline has been extended, the new date to file by is now February 15, 2023. (source)
Direct Payments Between $250 and $975 To Go Out To Americans
Residents of Pennsylvania are due to receive between $250 and $975 in property tax and rent rebate payments. These payments support older and disabled people who are less likely to afford their homes. The application is now open. The rebate program has provided eligible residents with more than $7.6 billion since its creation in 1971. (source)
One-Time Payment Between $750 and $1,500 Going Out To Americans
Residents of Colorado that have filed their taxes by October 17 will be getting checks worth up to $1,500. These payments are courtesy of the Colorado Cash Back rebate program. Payments have been going out throughout the month and the state plans to have all rebates sent out by end of the month. (source)
Americans Can Claim Between $200 and $500 From A 2.7 Billion Dollar Plan
Alabama residents could receive up to $500 in payment from the state. This is thanks to over $2.7 billion in surplus dollars that the state has. The money would be a way of the state helping its residents to deal with the high costs of inflation. (source)
Rebates Worth Up To $2,000 - Will You Get One?
Homeowners that are living in Montana may soon see some financial relief coming their way from their state. Eligible residents could receive tax rebates that are worth up to $2,000 over the period of two years. These payments come courtesy of a $500 million property tax relief proposal. The proposal was brought forward by Governor Greg Gianforte. The money to fund this program comes from the state's $ 2.4 billion surplus. (source)
Americans Can Claim Rebates Between $350 And $700
Starting on Monday, January 23, North Dakota residents can begin to sign up for hundreds of dollars in annual rebates. This is also the date that residents can start filing their 2022 tax returns and when the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) starts tp process tax returns. (source)
New Mexico taxpayers could receive another tax rebate stimulus payment in 2023, according to the Governor's office
The state's budget for the upcoming fiscal year is projected to be a few billion dollars in new money, part of which is proposed to fund the new stimulus payments, according to a news report.
Richmond, Virginia homeowners to receive one-time property tax rebates in February 2023
Richmond property owners can expect a February tax rebate check to arrive in the mail, funded from the city's $18 million year-end surplus, according to a news report. **This article is based on information sourced from news websites, cited within the story**
Thousands of Americans to Receive One-Time Payment
Since October, California taxpayers have been receiving direct payments between $200 and $1,050. The financial relief is set to continue in the form of debit cards throughout the holiday season. The program is called the Middle Class Tax Refund (MCTR). The one-time payment will be automatically sent to eligible residents. Payments will be directly deposited in a bank account or a debit card will be sent in the mail. (source)
Holiday Cheer - Chicago Residents to Receive $500 Payment
Chicago residents can get a $500 payment just in time for the holidays. Residents living in poverty and those who did not qualify for stimulus checks and other financial aid in 2020 can finally get some much-needed financial relief. The Chicago Resiliency Fund 2.0 worth $14.68 million, thanks to the American Rescue Plan Act was created to provide help to these residents. (source)
Financial Relief - November 30 Deadline To Apply
Residents of Delaware who have not received a 2022 relief rebate check, can get a one-time payment of $300. But time is running out, as the November 30 application deadline is fast approaching. (source)
One-Time Tax Rebate Worth $300 Still Waiting To be Claimed
Some residents of Hawaii are still waiting on their one-time $300 tax rebate. This simply could be due to mistakes made while filling out tax papers. If you are one of these people, you still have time to correct the issue. (source)
Rebate Checks Worth up to $1,000 - Are You Qualified?
Residents of Boise, Idaho, can apply for up to $1,000 in payments. The City of Boise Property Tax Rebate Program is worth $1.2 million dollars and is set to begin in December. It was approved in November by the city counsel and the mayor. (source)
Application Deadline Extended for Lump Sum Payments - Did You Apply?
New Jersey residents are eligible to apply for lump sum payments of $450 to $1,500. Lawmakers approved the $2 billion funding earlier in the year. The Affordable New Jersey Communities for Homeowners and Renters (ANCHOR) is running the program. The program assists homeowners by offering payments in the form of tax rebates. (source)
You could get the Illinois income tax rebate: Act immediately and check the status
It is for those who have not yet received the mail. If you have not received a mail from the Illinois Office of Comptroller, you should act immediately because the checks are being sent since September.
Special Session Rebate Of Up To $600 For Idaho Residents
Idaho is looking out for its residents and giving out financial aid. The state has several existing funds to help citizens cope with high inflation. Another program that was on the books received approval in September.
Massachusetts Rebate Error Could Affect Essential Services
Do you live in Massachusetts? It could be a confusing time for you and many other locals. Many residents are unsure if they will be getting rebates. And if yes, the total amount is unclear.
$300 Checks For Illinois Residents Delayed
Illinois locals who signed up to receive direct deposits received their money. But people awaiting checks are still waiting. The process began and abruptly stopped. Millions of Illinois citizens have not received their money. The state began sending out refunds on September 12. The amount for return is $1.8 billion and will come in two payments - individual and property tax rebates. (source)
Delayed $250 Paper Checks For Indiana Residents
It is tax rebate season. Residents who expect checks in the mail will have a long wait. Over a million Indiana residents await their tax rebate checks. Locals who opted for direct deposit received their $200 in May. (source)