New Bill Passed in Georgia for New State Tax Income Rebate

We all know that inflation is hampering almost everyone in Georgia. At times, gas prices rise and we all know that groceries cost an arm and a leg. Will you or anyone in your family qualify for extra money? Georgians are one step closer to getting some cool hard cash in their hands in the form of another state income tax rebate. The Georgia Senate has passed HB 162, which would give people who filed taxes in both 2021 and 2022 up to $500. The bill will now go to Gov. Brian Kemp to sign, which would fill one of his campaign promises. Single filers would see a $250 refund, Head of Households with dependents would see up to $375 and married couples filing jointly would get $500.

They would be automatic for anyone who files a 2021 and 2022 return, with no further action required. People who don’t owe state income taxes, including many retirees, wouldn’t get any money. Kemp can seek another year of rebates because the state coffers continue to overflow. Do you qualify for the new state tax income rebate? What do you think about the new rebate? Leave some feedback below about anything related to the new state tax income rebate.

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