Americans to Claim $500 Relief Check

Americans have LESS THAN TWO WEEKS to take action and request a $500 relief check.

The Department of Family and Support Services and Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot have set aside $14.68 million to launch the Chicago Resiliency Fund 2.0.

Applications will no longer be accepted after December 9;

they will now only be accepted through Saturday, December 31.

Up to 25,500 residents will receive a one-time payment from the government.

The criterion for one-person households is $40,770.

Either a bank transfer or the money will be loaded onto a prepaid debit card.

For rebates ranging from $300 to $600, Idaho residents must file their 2021 tax returns by the same deadline.

Pennsylvania's Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program, worth up to $1,658.00, will have another deadline.

The maximum income to be eligible for relief is $35,000.

Additionally, more than two million New Jersey renters and homeowners have access to payments.

They have a potential value of $450 and $1,500, respectively.

According to the New Jersey Department of Treasury, the following groups are eligible for funding based on income.

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