Emergency Assistance Information
Emergency Assistance Information
Below is a link to the Center for Disease Control’s website for additional information about the disease and preventing it’s spread.
Listed below are links to your utility companies that are offering assistance and information.
Here are 2 websites that can help with financial assistance.
We will keep you informed and up to date with changes as we know them and would appreciate communication from you as well. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding,
Maintenance reminder: All maintenance requests are being taken but we are only entering your homes to perform urgent or important maintenance. We are also taking care of exterior items but everything else will be taken care of once this health crisis is over. Please remember the new fever and symptom rules and call 513-275-4766 or 513-285-7337 to postpone your service if anyone in your home has a fever or flu like symptoms. Likewise we commit to you that no member of our team will enter your home if we are symptomatic.
Additionally, we are asking that you please submit a photo or two with your maintenance request so that we are able to assess needed repairs and urgency without entering your home.
The State of Ohio has a special website to get information about the COVID-19. Plese click the link below.
Lastly, we know that the Stay At Home Order will be a hardship for some of our residents. There are companies that are open and many are hiring during this time. Please see the information below for those companies and links:
Ohio has a website that can help you locate jobs. https://jobsearch.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/jobsearch/
- Indeed Job Search
We are working with our property owners to offer additional solutions for relief during this time and will have additional answers for you on Wednesday. You have made your house a home and more than anything we want you in it!
Communication is critical during this time so please reach out to us through your portal or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Missy McCall & your BBRents Team
CARES Act Stimulus Update
President Trump signed into law on March 27, 2020 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, (the CARES Act, HR 748), a $2 trillion stimulus package to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CARES Act provides stimulus payments of $1,200 for each individual and $500 for each child, defined by the child tax credit rules as under age 17. The stimulus payments are not available to those without an SSN, nonresident aliens, or adult dependents.
Who and How Much?
- Single. Individuals with AGIs up to $75,000 a year are eligible for the full $1,200 payment. The payment is reduced by $5 for every $100 in income above $75,000. The payment amount is entirely phased out at an AGI of $99,000.
- Married filing joint couples with AGIs up to $150,000 a year are eligible for a $2,400 payment. The payment is reduced by $5 for every $100 in income above $150,000. The payment amount is entirely phased out at an AGI of $198,000 (if the taxpayers have no dependent children). Married couples also will receive an additional $500 for every dependent child under 17 and are phased out of the payment at a slightly higher AGI.
- Head of household filers with AGIs up $112,500 a year are eligible for the full $1,200 payment and an additional payment of $500 for each dependent child under age 17. The payment is reduced by $5 for every $100 in income above $112,500. Head of household taxpayers will also receive an additional $500 per dependent child under age 17. With no eligible children, a head of household filer is phased out at AGI of $137,000. With one eligible dependent child, a head of household filer is entirely phased out of the payment at AGI of $146,400.
To calculate your stimulus payment, use this calculator from the Washington Post
What Needs to Be Done to Get your Stimulus Rebate?
If you have not filed your 2019 tax return, or unsure what your 2018 AGI is, schedule your appointment now to file your 2019 tax return. Once filed, the IRS will be able to deposit the calculated amount directly into your bank account, using the AGI and the bank information on the 2019 tax return.
When Will the Payments Arrive?
The IRS says that a direct deposit should be in your bank account in about three weeks. Checks should start arriving in six to eight weeks.
The IRS has established a website that can help you with your stimulus checks.
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