After a soft launch on Friday, the Virginia Department of Taxation began sending out some 3.2 million tax rebates worth up to $500 this week. At the same time, Illinois residents should start receiving income tax rebates worth up to $100 and a property tax refund of up to $300.
Hawaiians who earned under $100,000 got a $300 rebate earlier this month, while many Colorado taxpayers should get a $750 refund check by Sept. 30, thanks to the state’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) Amendment.
Which other states are issuing payments in September and beyond? How much money can eligible taxpayers get?
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Millions of Californians will receive inflation relief checks, with married couples with children getting as much as $1,050. The payments, coming out of California’s $97 billion budget surplus, are going out as direct deposits or debit cards, with the first payments going out as soon as October.
How much residents will receive is based on their income, tax-filing status, and household size.
- Single taxpayers who earn less than $75,000 a year and couples who file jointly and make less than $150,000 a year will receive $350 per taxpayer and another $350 if they have any dependents. A married couple with children, therefore, could receive as much as $1,050.
- Individual filers who make between $75,000 and $125,000 a year — and couples who earn between $150,000 and $250,000 — will receive $250 per taxpayer, plus another $250 if they have any dependents. A family with children could therefore receive a total of $750.
- Individual filers who earn between $125,000 and $250,000 and couples who earn between $250,000 and $500,000 annually would receive $200 each. A family with children in this bracket could receive a maximum of $600.
Single taxpayers earning $250,000 or above and couples earning a combined $500,000 are ineligible for the payments.
State residents who have filed their 2021 return by June 30 will get a physical check for $750 by Sept. 30, thanks to the 1992 Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) Amendment. (Joint filers will get $1,500.)
In May, Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill to get the refunds to taxpayers sooner, with more than half already cashed by late August.
Filers who received an extension and filed by the Oct. 17 deadline will receive their refund by Jan. 31, 2023.
After Gov. John Carney approved the Delaware Relief Rebate Program in April, a $300 stimulus check was cut for all residents who filed their 2020 tax returns.
Even If you filed jointly, each person should receive a payment, which started going out in May.
Nearly 60,000 Florida families received one-time payments of $450 per child “to offset the costs of rising inflation,” according to Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.
You didn’t need to apply for the benefit, which has been automatically mailed to eligible recipients. According to the Florida Department of Children and Families, checks should have arrived in time for Florida’s “back to school” sales tax holiday, held from July 25 to Aug. 7.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill in March authorizing rebates to taxpayers who filed their state returns for both 2020 and 2021. Single taxpayers received stimulus update $250 in May, with heads of households getting $375 and married couples filing jointly netting $500.
Partial-year residents, those who pay little or no income taxes, or individuals who owe taxes, child support or other payments may have received a smaller rebate.
The Department of Revenue started issuing rebates in May and, according to its website, most residents who filed their 2021 state return by April 18 should have received theirs by early August.