Connecticut residents will soon benefit from child tax credit rebates worth $250, which was recently announced by Governor Ned Lamont.
The state will send a tax rebate worth $250 per child.
The 2022 Connecticut Child Tax Rebate was signed by Lamont in early May.
You can claim up to three dependents.
What is happening under the 2022 Connecticut Child Tax Rebate?
The new bill will create many benefits.
- investing in childcare
- preventing crime
- protecting the environment
- caring for vulnerable populations
- protection to lower and middle class families that have kids
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There will be an application period happening over the next few weeks.
Rebates will start going out in late August before school starts.
All families who think they qualify should submit applications to avoid delays down the line.
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Eligibility for the child tax credit
Anyone that claimed a child under the age of 18 on their federal tax return are eligible.
Over 300,000 eligible households are being notified by post cards through the Department of Revenue Services.
There is a limited income cap.
Single filers must not make over $100,000 annually.
Head of household filers can’t make over $169,000.
Married filing jointly couples can’t exceed over $200,000.
You can find the application by visiting the Connecticut State Department of Revenue Services.
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