Eligible residents of Minnesota will be receiving a one time tax rebate this fall as part of the state’s new budget signed by Governor Tim Walz in May.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue is using 2021 tax year information to determine eligibility.
Taxpayers who filed as single in 2021 will receive $260 and up to $1,300 for families with three kids.
State Officials say rebates will either be deposited into bank accounts or mailed to the address listed on 2021 filling documents.
There is no application to receive the rebate, action is only needed if you’ve changed addresses or bank accounts.