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Maine $850 Relief Checks

 Maine relief checks of $850 will be mailed out to most Maine residents starting in June.
To be eligible, you must be a full-time resident and file a 2021 Maine income tax return by October 31, 2022.
Get your questions answered here.
If you do not typically file a tax return, you will have to file to receive a payment.
To receive help with filing a 2021 Maine tax return to receive your inflation relief check,
please enter your zip code on the Locations & Contact page. Contact the office nearest you.

If you want to get started on the filing process yourself, please visit the Maine Revenue Services I-file system.
For a guide to walk you through it, click here.

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