To file and get the one-time payment worth up to $800 is about to hit the deadline in less than a month.
The One-Time Payment
The big tax rebates in South Carolina for Taxpayers to fill out has until February 15, so you better act soon to get two cash rebates. While on February 15 is also the last day for hurricane Ian Victims to claim an extended tax rebate. The payments in South Carolina are intended to support residents as they face skyrocketing inflation. Currently, the inflation rate is 6.5 percent. Gasoline, Shelter, and food are just some of the highest price gains.
Meanwhile, the IRS has permitted a tax extension for Florida residents who were affected by the hurricane to earn a rebate. Both rebates were granted an extension and all claims should be sent by February 15 to grab the cash.
Plus, there are also deadlines during the month listed below too.
States That Will Soon Hits The Deadlines For Taxpayers To File
1. South Carolina
In South Carolina, the deadline is about to hit for taxpayers to file their 2021 individual income tax return which is based on their 2021 tax liability. Tax liability is the money left over after deducting credits from the income tax you owe. According to the state government, taxpayers should start seeing checks in March.
Taxpayers can also follow their payments thru South Carolina’s Check My Rebate Status tool.
Florida encountered one of the worst hurricanes in September. In early December, Hurricane Ian killed a total of 144 Floridians. Moreover, the Internal Revenue Service said eligible residents affected by the hurricane had an extended deadline to file individual and business tax returns. The extended deadline was February 15 before tax payments and returns were due.
Residents in Bradley Village, Illinois who paid property taxes are running out of time to claim a rebate from a $600,000 pot. However, with an extra $600,000 available for residents to claim, the city extended the deadline until at least the end of February to apply for the money.
5. New Jersey
New Jersey’s ANCHOR program’s deadline is also coming. The Affordable NJ Communities for Homeowners & Renters (ANCHOR), is now offering both homeowners and renters to add some extra support. About 1.2 million homeowners will receive a payment of up to $1,500 while over 900,000 renters will receive $450.
The due date for the program has been extended until February 28, 2023, and applications may be submitted online, by phone, or by mail.
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