Thousands of Americans will receive payment this week in another round of payments.

As part of its tax rebate program, Maine continues to send out money.

In the average family, they are worth $1,700 and $850 per individual.

The first round of checks were sent to 5,000 residents on June 2.

Approximately 200,000 payments are sent each week by the state since then.

There are a few requirements to qualify for a rebate check.

Who can apply? 

Individuals cannot earn more than $100,000, but heads of household and couples can earn up to $150,000 and $200,000 respectively.

Based on 2021 tax returns, which must be filed by October 31, the estimates will be calculated. 

The rebate is not available if you are claiming yourself as a dependent on someone else's tax return.

A tax rebate is available to 858,000 Maine residents.

It depends on when you were issued your payment when you receive it.

How soon will it arrive?

Some of the 5,000 residents who were sent checks earlier this month may have already received them.

According to The Sun, the Department of Administrative Financial Affairs (DAFS) serves 200,000 checks per week at its peak capacity. 

DAFS reports that the payments are distributed in no particular order.

About 200,000 tax rebates are scheduled to be issued every week, which means the majority of payments would be issued by the end of the month. 

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