Let's face it; Everybody can use some extra MOOLAH, MOOLAH, MOOLAH in their wallets or pocketbooks. This is not the first time we have addressed this subject to your attention, but it is always pleasant to discuss this topic at hand. A little extra money is always a good thing, if you ask me. Massachusetts residents take note: Approximately 3 million taxpayers are scheduled to receive funds in the form of a mailed check or a direct deposit from the Bay State of Massachusetts as these coveted and welcomed payments from the state began at the end of 2022.

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State Auditor Suzanne Bump has some eye-popping numbers to share with us from Bean Town as she announced the net state tax revenues of $41,812,654,358 for 2022 are above the allowable state tax revenues of $38,871,154,627 by the amount of $2,941,499,731. Now that is a whole lot of cash if you ask me.

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According to The Department of Revenue, eligible taxpayers will be able to receive a credit in the form of a refund that is approximately 13% of their Massachusetts Tax Year 2021 personal income tax liability. For example, if you paid $3,000 in taxes to the state, you would receive approximately $390.00. For more information, log on directly to the state website by going here

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But you'll have to wait until this reward will settle in: According to the state, it will take about 8-10 weeks for direct deposit requests. tack on another extra week if you want a paper check. So if you requested your money in December, you should likely see your payment now.

(Some information that was obtained in this article, courtesy of the web site, www.original.newsbreak.com)

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