One-time payment of up to $800 paid to millions of Americans by Christmas – learn how you can still claim your money
RESIDENTS of South Carolina should have started receiving their one-time payment of $800.
Americans who live in South Carolina and filed their 2021 income tax returns by October 17 will receive their money by Christmas.
The rebates are capped at $800, but the amount you get depends on your 2021 tax liability.
how much will you get
Tax liability is what’s left after you’ve deducted your credits from the individual income tax you owe.
If your tax liability is less than $800, which is the maximum refundable amount, your refund will be equal to your tax liability.
If your tax liability is greater than or equal to $800, you get $800.
Are you eligible?
Some individuals who filed their 2021 South Carolina individual income tax return by October 17, 2022 should have already received their refund.
You can track them Discount status online.
People who have not submitted their returns now have until February 15, 2023 to be eligible for a discount.
Eligible taxpayers who file their taxes between October 17, 2022 and February 15, 2023 will receive their refund by December 31, 2022 or March 2023.
Claim other direct payments
Nearly 25,000 Americans can apply for a $500 payment before Christmas.
The Chicago Resiliency Fund 2.0 was established to provide support to those living in poverty and residents who are struggling to qualify for stimulus checks and other relief in 2020.
A direct payment of $500 is possible thanks to the city using $14.68 million from the American Rescue Plan Act.
The program is administered by Heartland Human Care Services, a nonprofit organization contracted by the City of Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services (DFSS).
Read about the 11 other states offering tax breaks this year.
Check out the full list of cities and states across the country that offer monthly payments.
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