Time is running out in the coming months for Americans to apply for stimulus checks totaling up to 800 dollars.
Due to the dramatic increase in the cost of living, any extra income, such as tax refunds or settlement payments, might be quite useful.
Most of them involve family participation, so it’s crucial to know how to get your hands on that stimulus money.
Important dates at the end of June and the beginning of July are listed below.
1: June 25: $133 StubHub Credit
StubHub, the leading secondary ticket marketplace, has settled a lawsuit claiming it broke California law by failing to properly disclose service costs.
This class action lawsuit is open to all California residents who purchased tickets from StubHub between September 1, 2015 and September 1, 2019.
If you qualify, you may get a StubHub credit between $80 and $133, or a cash refund of up to $20 from the stimulus check.
Claims must be submitted by June 25.
2: June 28: $8.50 Chipotle Voucher
Chipotle has agreed to pay $4 million to resolve a lawsuit claiming that its Chipotle app hid delivery costs from customers.
Participants must be US residents who used the Chipotle app to make a transaction between 11th May 11 in 2020 and 19th January in 2022.
Class members may be divided into two subsets: those who participate in Chipotle’s rewards program and those who do not.
Non-reward members will get an undisclosed sum of money, while reward members will receive a coupon good for one free meal (priced at $8.50).
As of June 28th, the time to file a claim has passed.
3: June 30: $800 Tax Returns Filing
There are around 3.1 million Coloradans, and everyone will get a tax refund of $400 to $800, depending on their filing status.
The reimbursement amount will be determined by your tax return for the year 2021, and it must be filed by June 30, 2022, in order to be eligible for a rebate.
The original deadline to file was May 31, but the Colorado legislature delayed it so that more people may benefit from the refund.
You must be a legal, permanent resident of Colorado to receive the stimulus check.
Taxpayers who are due a refund should anticipate to get their checks in the mail sometime between August and September.
The timing of the stimulus check distribution remains unknown.
The stimulus check payment deadline has been extended to October 17 for Coloradans who missed the original deadline.
If you submit your taxes after June 30, though, your refund won’t arrive until January.
4: July 1: Application For Gas Cards
For those in need of mobility assistance, the Chicago Moves program will distribute $12.5 million in transit and gas cards.
Chicago is giving away up to $50,000 in $150 gas cards through a lottery.
Cards will be given out in random draws held by the city on the second week of every month from May through September.
-Those who live in Chicago are eligible to apply.
Anyone above the age of 18
-Vehicles with City stickers are up-to-date and correctly listed may receive City mail.
-Chicago residents whose annual family income is equal to or less than 100 percent of the area median income.
The application must be received in person by July 1, by mail by July 3, or by July 3 at the latest to be eligible for that month’s lottery.