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Child Tax Rebate: Connecticut Announces to Send a $250 Rebate Check per Child


Child Tax Rebate: Governor of Connecticut Ned Lamont made an announcement regarding the child tax payments. The announcement mentioned that the state will grant a $250 rebate check to the families.

Lamont said that eligible families can apply to receive a state tax rebate of $250 per child.

Earlier this month, governor Lamont signed the 2022 Connecticut Child Tax Rebate. It will send money to those families who will make a claim for a maximum of three children.

Governor’s Message:

In his message to the public, the governor said that apart from making big investments in childcare, prevention of crimes, protection of the environment, and caring for the most vulnerable, the budget would provide relief, especially to the lower and middle-income families having children.

To avail of this rebate, the application period will take place over the next several weeks, and the rebates will go out in late August before the start of the next school year.

He has also urged all the eligible families in Connecticut to submit the application so that the rebate could be sent to them without any delay.

Who can claim the rebate?

The Connecticut residents who claimed at least one dependent child under the age of 18 on their federal income tax returns are eligible to avail of  Child Tax Rebate.

The Department of Revenue Services is also reaching out to more than 300,000 eligible families through postcards.

If a family does not receive any notice from the department and wants to claim this tax rebate, then the eligible family must have a limited income threshold as below:

  • Single or married filing separately: income $100,000 or less

  • Head of the household: income $169,000 or less

  • Married and filing jointly: income $200,000 or less

Where to apply:

To apply for this rebate:

  • Click on the 2022 CT Child Tax Rebate link, and 

  • Fill out the required details


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