To compensate for the inflation the country is facing, the US government has adjusted everything from tax brackets to monthly Social Security payments.Amidst the economic downturn caused by the pandemic, stimulus checks totaling over $3,000.00 USD were issued in 2020 and 2021.
But while individual states choose to write the checks, there is no indication that the federal government will approve additional stimulus payments.
Thanks to these checks, many people will be able to earn a decent income to spend the coming months more comfortably.
Which are the states that will continue to send cheques?
There are eight states that will be sending checks this year. First up is California, where the Treasury will issue inflationary assistance checks until Jan. 15. Payments can be up to $1025.00 USD, although there are other payments of $350.00 USD or more depending on individual family economic factors.
Then there is Colorado, where taxes were mandated to be paid before October 17, 2021. The check was due for 2022, but Treasury will send it this year.
In the case of Idaho, the payment will be sent at the end of March of this year and there are some specifications with this check. This could be 10% of the income tax quota for 2022; $300.00 USD for a single citizen and $600.00 USD for joint filers. Here, the citizen will receive the largest of the three amounts.
For New Jersey, stimulus checks will come after May and those who do not earn more than $150,000.00 USD are eligible.
Despite the fact that new stimulus checks are due for Pennsylvania in 2023, it was necessary to request them before December 31, 2022. For this state, the maximum refund is $650.00 USD.
In the case of South Carolina, payments are up to $800.00 USD and will be provided in March 2023. To do this, they have to submit their tax returns between the last 17 October and the next 15 February.
New Mexicans who file their taxes before May this year will be able to receive checks from their state in 2023.
Ultimately, there are two possibilities for stimulus check payments in the state of Illinois. The first is Rent on Return and the second is refund of property tax.