Child Tax Credit Payments: If You Live in These States, You May Be Sent More Money

Millions of parents received financial assistance from the expanded child tax credit before it expired in 2021.

California: Families with incomes under $25,000 are qualified to receive $1,000 as a tax credit or refund, whichever comes first.

California: Families with incomes under $25,000 are qualified to receive $1,000 as a tax credit or refund, whichever comes first.

Colorado: Families with incomes of $75,000 or less (or $85,000 for married couples filing jointly) as of January 2023 may be eligible to receive 5 to 30 percent of the federal credit for each eligible kid.

Connecticut: Eligible families can now apply for a one-time tax credit worth $250 for each kid under the age of 18 by filling out an online form.

Idaho: Idaho's nonrefundable child tax credit allows families to receive up to $205 for each eligible child.

Maine: Under the dependent exemption tax credit, taxpayers who are residents may claim $300 for each eligible child and dependant.

Maryland: If Gov. Larry Hogan approves a bill, individuals who earn $6,000 or less may be eligible for a $500 refundable tax credit for each qualifying kid.

Massachusetts: Families may earn $180 for a single dependant or $360 for several. Dependents must be less than 12 to be eligible.