THOUSANDS of Americans have just days remaining to apply for a fall relief payment worth $300.
Americans in Delaware have until November 30 to apply for a relief payment worth $300[/caption]
The payment is designed to provide relief amid the Covid pandemic and rising gas prices.
More than 780,000 rebates have already been sent out since the scheme was introduced earlier this year.
Taxpayers that did not originally file an application for the rebate now have a second chance to claim the payment.
Residents over the age of 18 and who lived in the state on December 31 can apply online.
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Applications will not be accepted after the November 30 cut-off date.
But, Americans must have a valid Social Security number, a mailing address in the state, and either a state driving license or ID card.
Officials will review each application before deciding to issue the rebate.
The Delaware Relief Rebate Program was created through a bill signed by Governor John Carney in April.
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Meanwhile, taxpayers in Idaho have until the end of the year to claim a rebate worth up to $600.
Americans that lived in the state for the full year in 2020 and 2021 and filed a personal state income tax return form are eligible.
Single filers can get up to $300 while couples that submit joint tax returns can receive up to $600, according to the Idaho State Tax Commission.
Or, they may receive a payment that’s 10 per cent of their 2020 income taxes – whichever amount is greater.
Officials expect around 800,000 payments worth up to $500 million will be issued by the end of March 2023.
The state started processing rebates in September and the relief is being sent out via direct deposit and in the mail.
And, Americans can check the status of their payment via the state’s Where’s My Rebate tool.
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Officials in California are also sending payments worth between $200 and $1,050 to millions of its citizens throughout the winter and into next year.
More than 24,000 low-income earners in New Mexico have received a one-time payment worth $400 ahead of the start of the festive season.