RebateJune 6, 2018 -
Categorized in: IAG News
Time is running out for Wisconsin parents to claim their 2018 Child Sales Tax Rebate. If you are a Wisconsin parent with minor children, now is the time to sign up for this rebate before the opportunity closes on July 2.
Earlier this year the Wisconsin legislature approved and the governor signed into law a bill that provides a $100 per child tax rebate for parents with qualifying children.
However, taxpayers must apply for this rebate and, naturally, there are some criteria that you must meet to qualify for this rebate:
- Only one $100 rebate per child
- The child was under age 18 as of December 31, 2017
- You claimed the child as a dependent on your 2017 tax return
- The child was a U.S. citizen and resident of Wisconsin as of December 31, 2017
If you believe you qualify for this rebate you have until July 2, 2018 to apply for it. If you have Wisconsin grandchildren, you may also wish to remind their parents to apply for this rebate by forwarding this blog to them.
Applications are only taken online at http://childtaxrebate.wi.gov/ or by calling 608-266-5437.
For answers to frequently asked questions about the sales tax rebate, please visit the State of Wisconsin’s Child Tax Rebate Common Questions website.
There are no exceptions to the July 2 deadline, so spend a few minutes to claim your rebate today.
Quote of the Week:
Winston Churchill: “We contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle.”
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