As the country struggles with inflation and economic uncertainty, several states and cities are providing relief or tax rebate programs to help Americans.
Kansas residents can potentially earn up to $700 through the Homestead Refund and Kansas Property Tax Relief for Low-Income Seniors (SAFESR), which are available to older, disabled, and low-income residents.
To qualify for the Homestead Refund, applicants must be homeowners in the state with a total household income under $37,750 and meet certain age, disability, or dependent child criteria, according to a published article in The U.S. Sun.
Additionally, many of these residents may also be eligible for the SAFESR refund, which offers a 75% refund on property taxes paid if specific qualifications are met. The deadline to file these claims with the state of Kansas is April 15.
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Audi owners who received a notice from Audi or Volkswagen informing them that their personal information or sensitive personal information was exposed in the data breach that occurred between 2019 and 2021 may also be eligible for payments of up to $5,350.
The payments are part of a $3.5 million settlement fund set aside by the company. The payment amount customers are due depends on the subclass of eligibility they fall under. The nationwide PI subclass can receive payments of $20, while the nationwide SPI subclass can receive $80.
The California SPI subclass can receive $350, and eligible claimants can file for up to $5,000 for fraud, identity theft, credit expenses, communication charges, and up to four hours of unpaid time off work at $50 per hour.
The deadlines to apply for these payments are quickly approaching. Kansas residents must file their claims by April 15, and eligible Audi owners must submit a valid claim form by April 12.
With inflation rising and food prices increasing by 9.5% over the past year, these relief and rebate programs provide some much-needed support for struggling Americans.
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