Working families could get a direct payment of $250.
The payments are coming from Connecticut’s budget surplus.
The $250 tax rebates are a part of an updated budget plan that goes into effect July 1. This comes after Connecticut had a record-high surplus. Read more about it here.
Taxpayers should file an application with the Commissioner of Revenue Services. It should be submitted by July 31, 2022 in order to claim the rebate.
Families could get up to $2,000 in support per child under 17 years old, depending on income level. There will be a 10% deduction for every $1,000 above the income threshold.
Singles and those who file as head of household, the income threshold is $200,000. For married couples, the limit is $400,000.
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