Qualified residents in Pennsylvania could receive an amount of up to $975 in direct payment as part of the property tax and rent relief rebates.
$975 Direct Payments for Residents in Pennsylvania
States across the country started to roll out different reliefs to make sure that residents in the state feel that they are financially stable, supported, and safe. This includes Pennsylvania which will start to roll out an amount of up to $975 to eligible and qualified residents.
In a published article in GAZETTE, some residents in the state are already receiving between $250 and $975 in stimulus payments under the state’s Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program. Meanwhile, the state is now working on new property tax and rent relief rebates worth $140 million.
How to Qualify in the New Property Tax and Relief Rebates?
According to a published article in Diario AS, here are some of the qualifications to become eligible for the new Property and Rent Rebate Program:
- Must be 65 or older, a widow or widower aged 50 or older
- A resident with a disability who is at least 18 years old.
- The income limit for the program is $35,000 for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters.
Furthermore, some residents in the state have already received their checks since July 1. An amount of $650 maximum standard rebate was sent under the $140 million from the American Rescue Plan Act.