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House Bill 4157, as passed by the Oregon Legislature, will offer a one-time $600 payment to Oregon households that claimed an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on their 2020 tax return.

 

By July 31, 2022, the one-time payment will be made.

If you submitted a 2020 Oregon tax return by December 31, 2021 and got an Oregon EITC, you do not need to take any action; your payment will be made automatically via direct deposit or check. The payments are not taxable in Oregon and will not be applied to qualified households’ state and federal debt.

 

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Individuals who were eligible for the EITC in 2020 but did not claim it may amend their 2020 federal and Oregon returns by April 15, 2022 to claim the EITC and remain eligible for the one-time aid payment. Taxpayers who miss this deadline and were not eligible for the Oregon EITC will not be compensated.

Visit the Oregon Revenue Department’s One Time Assistance Payment webpage for further information on one-time assistance payments and revised returns.

 

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You can obtain paperwork, check the status of your tax refund, and make payments online at www.oregon.gov/dor. Additional assistance is available by calling 503-378-4988 or 800-356-4222 (toll-free) or by emailing questions.dor@oregon.gov. We accept all relay calls for TTY (hearing- or speech-impaired).

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