Here are 13 states offering direct payments to parents worth up to $1,000 - see if you qualify

In more than a dozen states, low-income families are 

Now eligible for extra child tax credits worth up to $1,000 per child.

As the federal child tax credits (CTC) from the American Rescue

Act reflecting the 2021 tax year have expired, it may be useful.

In 2021, the federal child tax credit is $3,600 for children under 

the age of six and $3,000 for children aged six to 17.

Between July and December of last year, half of the cash was 

Paid out as advance monthly installments of up to $300.

Families can still claim the remaining six months of the expanded tax credit

if they haven't yet filed their 2021 taxes, with the extension deadline set for October 17.

Several states are already offering their own child tax credit programs to 

help families struggling amid skyrocketing inflation. Below we've compiled a list of those programs.

To claim them, you will need to file your state tax return.

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