23 May, 2024
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Missoula County’s 5.4% Tax Increase Proposal Linked to State Tax System Concerns

On Thursday, Missoula County published its preliminary budget, which includes a proposed tax hike of 5.4%, or approximately $3.6 million in new income. The budget proposes a number of one-time expenses that won’t be covered by taxes, but it also includes a number of recurring expenses that would be covered by taxes, such as the […]

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Colorado Residents Set to Receive SNAP Payments: Up to $1,691 in Just Eight Days

For the month of September, Colorado will provide payments for eligible residents with low incomes who are enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program within eight days. In Colorado, the SNAP program distributes payments from September 1 to September 10, with exact payment dates determined by the last digit of a food stamps recipient’s Social […]

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Virginia Residents Eligible for $400 Tax Rebate: Check Your Eligibility

Virginia taxpayers may soon receive a one-time tax rebate as part of a long-awaited financial agreement. Gov. Glenn Youngkin recently intimated that Virginia taxpayers might get certain amounts of the funds they paid back in the form of a one-time tax rebate. Initially, Governor Youngkin advocated utilizing the $1 billion surplus to fund further tax […]

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Ohio’s 2023 Solar Tax Credits and Rebate Opportunities

The high initial costs may seem threatening, but federal, state, and local incentives, tax credits, and rebates in Ohio might render them more affordable, enabling you to become energy independent and reduce your carbon footprint. This guide details the advantages and financial incentives of switching to solar energy in Ohio, providing you all the details […]

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Upcoming Changes to SNAP Work Requirements Starting September 1. Check if You Are Eligible

Based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) as well as the National Association of Counties (NACo), modifications to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) take effect on September 1, 2023, although some policies will be implemented gradually over the next calendar year. Changes to SNAP have been authorized by the Fiscal Responsibility Act signed […]

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New Castle County Residents Eligible for Property Tax Rebate. Here Is What You Should Know

Residents of New Castle County will receive a one-of-a-kind property tax rebate, as well as the savings are currently on their way to local receptacles.  Don’t be alarmed if you reside within the county and observe a difference in your most recent tax bill. We have the information you need about your most recent bill […]

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Thousands of Wyoming Residents, Mainly Children, Lose Medicaid and Kid Care Coverage

Since the Wyoming eligibility evaluation and removal process began in April, it is estimated that more than 10,000 individuals have lost Medicaid or Kid Care CHIP coverage.  Approximately 9,000 individuals had their coverage renewed under government programs. While approximately 600 of those removed are no longer eligible, the Wyoming Department of Health reports that over […]

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Colorado Energy Office Reveals Date for E-Bike Rebate  Program

Thursday, the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) declared the formal date of implementation and application information for the state’s Community Access to Electric Bicycles Rebate Program.  The CEO will announce the opening of the initial round of applications for e-bike reimbursements. Each month, the CEO will release the news and open additional application phases until the […]