More than 2,000 taxpayers have notified the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) of a new address in time to receive a state tax rebate this year.
If you've changed your address since you filed your South Carolina Individual Income Tax return this year, you need to notify the SCDOR of your new address by November 1 if you want to get your rebate by December 31.
If you received your 2021 refund as a direct deposit and no longer have access to the same bank account, you can also use the SC5000 to request a paper check rebate.
To change your address:
- Download, complete, and sign the
SC5000 and email it to
SCRebate@dor.sc.gov by November 1, 2022.
- The SCDOR prefers you digitally sign the form and send it directly through the button on the SC5000. If you don't use the button, you can attach it as a PDF to an email.
- Please avoid these common mistakes:
- failing to sign the form
- forgetting to check the box for change of address
- sending the form to the SCDOR in a format that cannot be opened, such as an encrypted PDF, using Google Drive, or sharing with a PDF viewer
If you don't receive an automatic reply from the SCDOR after submitting your SC5000, we have not received it. If there are any problems with the form you send, the SCDOR will reach out to you.
Other rebate reminders:
After October 17, the SCDOR will calculate the cap and begin issuing rebates. All rebates for those who filed by October 17 will be issued by December 31, 2022.
For more rebate information, go to dor.sc.gov/rebate-2022 or call our dedicated rebate phone line, 803-722-1958.
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