Many South Carolinians still have four more days to file their requests for tax refunds because of a filing extension.
Their new deadline to file their 2021 tax forms and be eligible for up to $800 tax refund is February 15.
It was initially extended to October 17. To assist those who were impacted by Hurricane Ian, South Carolina decided to again extend the filing deadline.
South Carolina taxpayers began receiving income tax refund cheques in the amount of up to $800 in November 2022. A reimbursement of up to $800 should have been given to every resident who paid taxes. (Married couples who jointly filed will only be eligible for one rebate.)
About 44% of South Carolinians, who did not pay income taxes, did not get a cheque.
By the end of 2022, if your 2021 income tax return was submitted by October 17th, you ought to have received a refund. If you file after the Oct. 17 extension deadline but before Feb. 15, 2023, you should get your rebate in March 2023.
To determine your refund and follow the progress of your check, go to the website of the South Carolina Department of Revenue.
Since the fall, refunds have been made to those who submitted by the deadline in October. Filers who turned in their paperwork before the deadline on Wednesday ought to have received their payments.
Who is eligible and how can they submit a claim?
Filers must have a tax liability and have resided in South Carolina for at least a portion of 2021. You will receive that amount if your obligation is less than $800, and you will receive $800 if it exceeds $800.