MANY Americans are eligible to apply for a lump sum payment of up to $1,500, and the original deadline has been pushed.
A $2billion funding was approved earlier this year, so New Jersey residents can apply for the tax rebates even beyond the deadline.
There will be roughly 870,000 New Jersey homeowners who will get $1,500, but they have to make below a certain amount.
The original deadline was pushed by a little over a month to 2023, so don’t wait any longer.
How much will you get
Homeowners who earn $150,000 or less will get $1,500 while those who earn between $150,000 and $250,000 will get $1,000.
For renters who earn up to $150,000, they will get $450, and there are about 900,000 renters who will receive the payment.
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To qualify, residents must have owned or rented a property from October 1, 2019.
People should expect the payments in May of 2023.
The original deadline for the tax rebate was on December 30, 2022, but it’s now been pushed to January 31, 2023.
With the extension, this will give more Jersey residents time to apply for rebates.
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