Stimulus Update: Deadline On $300 Rebate Program Application – just one day away
According to a published post by Washington Examiner, the Rebate program in Pennsylvania is aimed at providing some financial help to senior citizens or disabled residents in the state. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, the amount received from this program will vary based on annual income for both the renters and homeowners.
Trevor Monk, the deputy communications director at the state’s Department of Revenue said that Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program rebates are distributed beginning July 1. They also added that applications postmarked by Dec. 31 will be accepted for processing. The department deeply encourages eligible claimants to use myPATH to file online their applications.
Monk said those applicants who have submitted their application by Dec. 31 and are waiting for a response on their rebate can check the status of their rebate using the “Where’s My Rebate?” tool on the Department of Revenue’s website. To use the tool, the applicant should have their date of birth, Social Security number, and claim year.
Things To Do To Hit The Deadline on Rebate Program Application
The annual maximum income eligible for this rebate is worth $35,000 for homeowners. For the recipients that earn the mentioned following, the recipients will get an amount of $650 if they make $8,000 or less yearly, $500 if they make $8,001 to $15,000 annually, $300 if they make $15,001 to $18,000 annually, and amount of $250 if they make $18,001 to $35,000 annually.
The requirements are a resident must be 65 or older, be a widow who is 50 or older or be a person with disabilities who is 18 or older to be eligible for this program beyond the income limit.
At least one day in their residence in 2021 and meets all of the other eligibility criteria also, personal representatives, spouses, or estates can file for this rebate on behalf of the recipients so long as the recipient has lived.
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue the worth a total of $7.3 billion since the rebate was first introduced in 1971 it has been given and received by recipients.