Delaware $300 One-Time Relief Check: Who Can Claim?

Since the summer, residents of Delaware have been getting one-time rebates. The payments are meant to help with the bad effects of the pandemic and the rising cost of living this year.

Checks have been sent to 780,000 Delaware residents who filed their 2020 and 2021 personal income taxes on time in the fall and summer.

Now, people who were eligible for the money but didn't apply have a second chance to get it, but there's a deadline.

Residents must be at least 18 years old and have had their primary residence in the state on December 31, 2021 to be eligible.

Who is eligible?

officials say that applicants "must have a valid Social Security Number and an ID or driver's licence that was issued by the Delaware Department of Motor Vehicles on or before December 31, 21."

You can send in your application online until Wednesday, November 30. You can use the same portal to find out how it's going.

How to apply?

You will, however, be required to input the required information, which will include your Social Security number.

During the same time, a lot of other states and cities have sent out aid payments because of high inflation.

Other relief payments

By the end of the month of November, citizens in New Mexico with modest incomes will be eligible to receive a payout of $400.