Eligible taxpayers have about one month left to apply for two rebates worth up to $800.
Exact Dates for Cashbacks: When to Claim $800 Checks
Approximately one month left for the qualified taxpayers in South Carolina and victims of Hurricane Ian to claim their two rebates worth up to $800 on February 15.
One-time aid payments for South Carolina residents facing high inflation. At the same time, the second rebate is for hurricane-affected Florida residents.
According to a published post by The US Sun, all rebates have been extended, and all claims must be submitted by February 15 to receive funds.
South Carolina Deadline
A South Carolina taxpayer must file a 2021 income tax return by the 15th day of February. It depends on the 2021 tax liability of how much they’ll receive by March.
Tax liability means the money left over after deducting deductibles from unpaid income tax. If the tax liability is $800 below, the discount amount equals the tax liability amount. However, if the tax amount is more than $800, the rebate amount will be exactly $800.
Expect the rebate to be deposited into the same bank account you acquired for your 2021 refund. Use South Carolina’s Check My Rebate Status tool to track payments online.
Hurricane Ian Deadline
Qualified residents whose victims of hurricane Ian have until February 15, 2023, to file various individual and business tax returns and pay taxes. Anyone with a valid extension to file 2021 tax returns that expire on October 17, 2022, now has until the new date.
However, the tax payments related to 2021 tax returns due on April 18, 2022, are unsuitable for this relief. Residents can find a complete list of locations on the IRS website.
Other tax refunds
To receive $200, Oklahoma residents must complete Form 538-H by June 30, 2023. Discounts depend on several factors: total household income, Oklahoma residency, age, or disability.
To qualify, their total household income must be less than or equal to her $12,000. Also, they must have resided in Oklahoma for at least one year. You or your spouse must be 65 and over, or the head of household must be fully disabled.
The amount of the claim filed must equal the amount of property tax paid by the claimant in the previous calendar year and exceed 1% of gross household income.
However, your property tax relief entitlement cannot be at most $200. America Sun reveals four cities and states that allow direct payments of $400-$600. Americans can also claim tax relief of up to $1,000.