Senator Steve Santarsiero is calling on eligible individuals in Pennsylvania to take advantage of the Property Tax and Rent Rebate program by applying through the state’s Department of Revenue before the approaching deadline of June 30th, the MyChesCo website reported.
Senator Steve Santarsiero’s Office
Senator Steve Santarsiero’s office has a history of assisting numerous eligible constituents with completing their property tax and rent rebate applications, ensuring that low-income residents receive the financial support they are entitled to.
With the deadline fast approaching, the senator encourages anyone who meets the eligibility criteria to reach out to his office for guidance and assistance throughout the application process. His dedicated staff is ready to address inquiries, provide step-by-step instructions, and offer support in completing the necessary paperwork.
The rebate program is designed to provide financial relief to eligible Pennsylvanians, including individuals aged 65 and above, widows and widowers aged 50 and above, and individuals with disabilities aged 18 and above. The maximum standard rebate amount is set at $650.
To qualify, homeowners must have an annual income limit of $35,000, while renters must have an annual income limit of $15,000.
How to Reach Senator Steve Santarsiero’s Office?
Senator Santarsiero’s office can be reached by phone at 215-497-9490 or 215-489-5000, or by email at [email protected] for assistance with the application process.
Social Security income is partially excluded when calculating income. Spouses, personal representatives, or estates can also file rebate applications on behalf of claimants who meet the eligibility criteria and have resided in the state for at least one day during the claim year.
For further information about the Property Tax and Rent Rebate program and access to the online application, individuals can visit the provided link.
By taking advantage of this program, eligible Pennsylvanians can alleviate some of their financial burdens and receive the support they deserve. Don’t miss the opportunity to apply before the June 30th deadline.