Four key payment deadlines next week, from $800 in tax rebates to $150 in gas cards

DEADLINES are approaching for millions of Americans to claim cash payments.

Next week is the last opportunity for eligible buyers and taxpayers to claim cash amounts ranging from $5 to $800.

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Between class action settlements, tax credits and rebates, millions of Americans are eligible for cash payouts this week

These are the programs with upcoming deadlines, when you must submit your information and how much you can earn.

1. Old Navy Store Credit

To settle a class action lawsuit alleging the company provided false pricing information, Old Navy agreed to offer store credit to affected consumers.

If you made a purchase in-store or online between November 12, 2015 and December 2, 2021, you may be eligible to earn one or more $5 certificates.

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If your Old Navy purchase totals less than $90, you qualify for a $5 certificate.

If your total purchase was over $90, you are eligible for a $10 certificate, after providing proof of payment.

You can submit a claim online here or download the form here.

The deadline to submit a claim is Tuesday, May 31.

2. Cash payments in Colorado

More than 3 million Colorado taxpayers are eligible to receive cash relief from the state if they file their 2021 taxes by May 31.

Payments will be worth $400 for individuals and $800 for joint filers.

The discounts are meant to offset inflation, which has wreaked havoc on Americans’ wallets.

To be eligible for payments, you must be a full-time resident of Colorado.

Eligible taxpayers can expect to receive their checks in August or September, depending on the state.

3. Connecticut Child Tax Credit

Connecticut families can receive up to $250 per child under a new child tax credit program.

Reimbursements will cover up to three children per family and payment amounts will be dictated by income, reports CTInsider.

The income threshold to receive the maximum benefits is $100,000 for those who are single or married and filing separately.

It rises to $169,000 or less for those filing as head of household and goes even higher to $200,000 for those who are married and filing jointly.

The Connecticut Department of Tax Services will contact more than 300,000 households who may be eligible.

Applications will open on Wednesday, June 1.

Families have until July 31 to apply for assistance and checks will be sent out in August.

To apply, go to the Department of Revenue website and choose the “2022 CT Child Tax Rebate” icon.

4. Chicago Gas and Transit Card Lottery

The Chicago Moves program will provide $12.5 million in transportation assistance in the form of transit passes and gas.

Via a lottery, Chicago will issue up to 50,000 $150 prepaid gas cards and 100,000 $50 prepaid transit cards.

The city will hold raffles during the second week of each month through September to distribute the cards.

The next deadline for applying for gas and transit cards is June 1.

Chicagoans who miss the deadline can still apply for gas card draws through September.

If you are not selected in a draw, you will automatically be entered into the pool for the following month.

There are three ways to enter the lottery:

  1. On line: Chicago.gov/ChicagoMoves
  2. In person: Any Chicago Public Library location
  3. Mail: Send the completed file to:
    • ATTN: Department of Finance: Chicago Moves
    • 121 N. Lasalle Street, Floor 7
    • Chicago, IL 60602

To apply, you must be a Chicago resident, at least 18 years old, and have a current, valid city sticker with correct mailing information for your vehicle.

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The Sun has a detailed list of child tax credit programs in each state, including benefit amounts and eligible families.

And for more on direct payments, check out The Sun’s stimulus live blog.

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