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Idaho’s Grocery Credit Refund – A Boost for All Residents, Regardless of Income!

Idaho Program Eases Burden for Low-Income Residents

Grocery Credit Refund Initiative Supports Food Accessibility in Boise

According to BIGCOUNTRYNEWS, in Boise, Idaho there’s a program helping folks who don’t earn enough to file taxes. It gives them money back for the sales grocery credit refund. If you’re from Idaho and qualify, you can get up to $120 per person a grocery credit refund. Seniors over 65 can even get $140. This is meant to help people who might struggle to afford food.

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Idaho’s Grocery Credit Refund – A Boost for All Residents, Regardless of Income! (PHOTO: KTVB)

Idaho’s Tax Commission Facilitates Grocery Credit Refund for Residents

To get the grocery credit refund, fill out forms from Idaho’s Tax Commission. Seniors use Form 24, others use Form 40. Last year, around 100,000 people got grocery credit refund. This shows Idaho helps low-income folks by refunding grocery taxes making food more affordable, especially during tough times.

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