The Minnesota Department of Revenue announced that around 150,000 eligible taxpayers in the state will receive a one-time tax rebate of up to $1,300.
$1,300 in One-Time Tax Rebates
Eligible taxpayers in Minnesota will receive a one-time tax rebate of up to $2,000 this month. This is after the state approved the $3 billion relief package earlier this year that includes the one-time tax rebates for those who filed their taxes.
In a published article in The U.S. Sun, the Minnesota Department of Revenue announced that the distribution of one-time tax rebates started in October, but there are still around 150,000 taxpayers who were not able to cash in their payments.
Eligibility for the One-Time Tax Rebates
According to the official website of the Minnesota Department of Revenue, eligible Minnesotans will receive the following:
- $520 for married couples filing a joint 2021 income or property tax return with adjusted gross income of $150,000 or less.
- $260 for all other individuals with 2021 adjusted gross income of $75,000 or less.
- Another $260 for each dependent, up to three dependents.
Furthermore, the department said that direct deposits were sent first in October and it will be followed by paper checks. It is expected that around 1.2 million taxpayers in the state will receive the one-time tax rebates.
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