Child Tax Credit 2022-How Much And When?

In 2022, there will be MILLIONS of families that are qualified for some form of the Child Tax Credit.

The temporary increase in the family benefit was worth up to $3,600 in 2021. Parents with children under the age of five each got $300.

Those who had children between the ages of 6 and 17 got $250 for each child. But Congress has not extended the tax credit of $3,600.

This credit was part of Connecticut's budget bill for 2022-2023, which Governor Ned Lamont signed into law in May.

Connecticut – up to $750

People who are eligible for the credit have started getting a $250 rebate per child, up to a maximum of three children, for a total of $750.

Vermont is another state that took matters into its own hands after Congress didn't renew enhanced child tax benefits, which expired last year.

Vermont – up to $1,000

Republican Governor Phil Scott gave his approval for a $1,000 tax credit for each child under age 5 in households with incomes of $125,000 or less.

Rhode Islanders will get payments in the form of child tax rebates. They'll get $250 each qualified child, up to $750 for three children.

Rhode Island – up to $750

You had to file a 2021 Rhode Island Personal Income Tax Return to be eligible. About 115,000 families in the state are expected to gain from this.