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You may be eligible if you:
- Resided in Colorado the entire year
- Are lawfully present in the United States. Persons who are 18 years of age or older and are applying for a public benefit such as PTC must prove lawful presence in the United States
- Are a single person with total income of less than $15,591 or a married couple with total combined income of less than $21,057
- At least 65 years old or a surviving spouse at least 58 years old
- Were disabled for all of 2020, regardless of age, and received benefits for the full year
- Are not claimed as a dependent on any other person's federal income tax return
You have two years after the end of a calendar year to apply for the rebate. Calendar year 2019 must be filed by December 31, 2021. We recommend that you file in January or early February.
- Total gross income received
- Homeowners: Total amount of property tax paid
- Renters: Total rent paid and total heat/fuel expense paid if not included in your rent payment
- If disabled, disability statement (less than 90 days old)
- List of all the places you lived — and the dates you lived there — throughout the year.
- Driver’s license or ID number and expiration date. The Department might request additional proof of Colorado residency if your license or ID was not valid for the full year.
- First-time filers must provide proof of full-year Colorado residency.
- If you did not hold your Colorado driver’s license or ID card from January 1–December 31, 2020, you must attach a copy of your lease or rental agreement.
- Make sure you submit all 3 pages of your application, plus affidavit or your rebate will be delayed or denied.
Where to Get Help Near You
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