RESIDENTS in New Jersey could get free money as part of a program for homeowners
Over 1.8million people living in the Garden State are set to receive relief from high property taxes after Governor Phil Murphy announced the ANCHOR
(Affordable New Jersey Communities for Homeowners and Renters) Property Tax Relief program.
It will provide up to $900million in tax relief for both homeowners and renters.
Under the ANCHOR relief program, homeowners are eligible to receive an average rebate of $700 in FY2023.
Other states could also see rebate checks for residents in the near future.
In Maine, about 850,000 residents are set to get $850 rebate checks, and in Colorado,
Governor Jared Polis announced in April that 3.1million Coloradans would get tax rebates worth between $400 for individuals and $800 for joint filers.