The all-new $300 direct payout is now available for collection – join the 780,000 Americans who are already receiving the money
A NEW direct payment of $300 is now available for eligible Americans living in Delaware who have another chance to get cash.
The check has already been sent to the 780,000 residents who have deposited their 2020 and 2021 Delaware income taxes of residents on time.
Now those who are eligible for the money but did not apply have another chance to get the money.
Eligible individuals over the age of 18 and living in the state as of December 31, 2021 can apply for a rebate online.
This means that starting Nov. 1, “adult Delawares over the age of 18 and living in the state as of Dec. 31, 2021, who have not yet received a 2022 relief discount can apply online.”
Officials say applicants “must have an active Delaware Department of Motor Vehicle ID or driver’s license issued no later than 12/31/21 and a valid Social Security number.”
They must also have a residential Delaware mailing address.
“Candidates are advised that the application period is 30 days and ends on November 30, 2022,” said the government website adds.
“No eligible applicant will receive a relief discount until the application period has ended and all applications have been reviewed.”
The Delaware Relief Rebate Program was created through a invoice signed by Governor John Carney in April.
600,000 Delaware taxpayers received the first round of Delaware relief rebates in May.
“Additional payments will be made to eligible adult residents throughout the summer,” the Department of Finance said at the time.
The relief is part of what’s called the 2022 Delaware Relief Reimbursement Program, created by House Bill 360 to distribute $300 to adult residents of the state, per Delaware.Gov.
Originally, the first batch of checks were sent to residents of Delaware back in May for those who have filed tax returns for 2020 and 2021.
One-time payment from $3 billion pot
It comes as Americans living in Massachusetts will begin collecting thousands of direct payments today with $3 billion in funding.
This will be available due to a law enacted in 1986 called Chapter 62F, which caps the tax income.
After conducting a review of Massachusetts net tax revenues, State Auditor Suzanne Bump found that they exceeded what is allowed by law.
For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, Massachusetts recorded net tax revenue of nearly $42 billion.
As a result, the $2.9 billion surplus will be returned to taxpayers.
The law was triggered only once, in 1987.
Other Money Changes This Week
There are a lot of money changes happening this week outside of Massachusetts and Delaware.
Officials revealed that 170 people will be randomly selected in a lottery.
To qualify, residents must be 18 years of age or older and have an income at or below 50% of the area’s median income.
Those eligible for another Universal Basic Income pilot project in Evanston, Illinois will also be affected this week.
A total of 150 households will begin receiving their monthly payments of $500 for one year from today.
To be eligible, you must live in an Evanston household with an income at or below 250% of the federal poverty level and belong to one of the groups below:
- Adults 18-24 years old
- Adults 62 and over
- Undocumented community members
Also, this week New Yorker should receive checks worth $270.
Governor Kathy Hochul said 1.75 million people will receive payment.
To learn more about how you can claim money, here are 11 states offering tax reductions This year.
Additionally, see a complete list of cities and states across the country that offer monthly payments through universal basic income programs.