The aim of the financial support is to strengthen the population’s financial capacity to cope with today’s high prices, according to local authorities. The authorities said that adults who support people in need of care will receive an additional amount of money. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said for several weeks that the post was in response to a tax refund plan.
Mr. Walz expressed that at the beginning of the school year, families were concerned about the cost of purchasing materials, accessories and clothing. In addition to the dollars, households receive free breakfast and lunch.
The governor thanked the Ministry of Finance for its work in quickly distributing the financial contributions. Citizens had the opportunity to choose between two payment methods. One alternative is bank deposit and the other is checks sent through traditional mail.
Additional money for dependent people
Each dependent citizen selected for the program has the right to deposit a maximum of $260.00 above the established amount. However, households can present up to three relatives to receive the additional money.
Lieutenant Governor Flanagan also added that the resumption of educational activities in the fall is an important moment for families. Married couples filing their taxes jointly have the opportunity to collect $520.00. However, the Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of these couples cannot exceed $150,000.00.
Single housing managers have the opportunity to receive a check for $260.00. The AGI of these taxpayers cannot exceed $75,000.00.
The state tax office plans to make more than 2 million tax refund payments. Anyone interested in further details can call 651-565-6595 or write to the digital address firstname.lastname@example.org.