SC Residents Eligible For State Refund Asked To Wait To File Taxes

(Columbia, SC) - Residents of the Palmetto state are among those being asked to delay filing their 2022 taxes. 

The IRS is asking millions of taxpayers who expect special state tax refunds to put off filing. 

This includes South Carolina residents who are eligible for rebates of up to 800-dollars. 

The IRS recommends those who qualify for the state program to wait until additional guidance is available, which is expected to come as soon as next week.

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