Exciting news for residents of Colorado, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, these states are offering direct payment programs that could provide financial relief, The U.S. Sun reported. However, time is running out, with applications closing in as little as 11 days. In this article, we will explore the eligibility criteria and deadlines for each state’s program.
Up To $975 Direct Payment Program
The city of Boulder, Colorado, is offering eligible residents a rebate on sales tax paid on food. Individuals can receive $99, while families can receive up to $302. To qualify, individuals must meet an income limit of $43,900, and families of four must have an income limit of $62,700. Residents must also fall into one of the following categories: be 62 or older, have a disability, or have children under the age of 18 in their household during 2022. Applications can be submitted online and must be received by June 30.
Residents of Greensboro, North Carolina, can apply for a $150 property tax rebate through the Low-Income Homeowner Assistance Program. To be eligible, applicants must provide their previous year’s tax return and proof of household income. They must have resided in their home for the past five years, and the property tax value must be under $250,000. The deadline for applications is June 15.
Direct Payment Program
Pennsylvania residents have the opportunity to receive a direct payment ranging from $250 to $975 through the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program. To qualify, individuals must be 65 years or older, widows or widowers aged 50 or above, or residents with a disability who are at least 18 years old.
The maximum standard refund available is $650, although certain individuals can be eligible for additional refunds of up to $975. Applications must be submitted by June 30, and the distribution of refunds will commence on July 1.
These direct payment programs are time-sensitive, so it’s crucial to act promptly if you meet the eligibility criteria. For more information and application forms, visit the respective state’s online platforms.