What is the deadline for receiving the $750 direct payment from the Child Tax Credit

Every day, around 2,500 applications are submitted.

Connecticut's state government is offering up to $750 in child tax credits to 350,000 families by July 31.

According to the Connecticut Mirror, only 165,621 applications have been filled, and 258,819 claims have been made.

It is expected that the payments will begin to roll out in August, according to Governor Ned Lamont.

How many children can a taxpayer claim?

There are still 100,000 applications to be filled out before the July 31 deadline.

In order to qualify for this tax break, all qualifying residents are encouraged to 

Submit their applications immediately. Parents will receive $250 for each child in 

their household, with a maximum of three children allowed, making the credit worth $750.

Are there any eligibility rules?

Connecticut parents who claimed a child under 18 in their 2021 tax returns can claim this child tax credit.

On a daily basis, between 2,000 and 3,000 applications are submitted, according to state data.

Visit the online portal of the Department of Revenue Services and click on "2022 CT Child Tax Rebate" if you are interested.

For a single filer to qualify for this benefit, the maximum income reported must be $100,000. For a head of household, the maximum income allowed

is $160,000, and for married couples filing jointly, it's $200,000.

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