BOISE -- As many Idahoans start working on income tax returns, the tax commission has some information for those who don't earn enough to be required to file.
You can still receive a grocery credit refund to offset the sales tax on food.
The amount is $100 if you've lived in Idaho for all of 2013 and are younger than 65.
People age 65 and older are eligible for a $120 credit.
If you received federal food stamps or were in jail for part of the year, your refund will be pro-rated to exclude those months.
Here's what you need to know to claim the refund - if you're younger than 65, file form 40 - you'll be asked to fill out a portion of the Idaho individual income tax return.
If you're 65 or older, file form 24.
You can find the forms and instructions on the Idaho State Tax Commission's website.