It is unlikely that the federal government will give Americans more stimulus checks. But residents of some states will receive one-off payments. The monies are in the pipeline, thanks to bills passed by state officials. (source)
The States Getting Tax Rebate Stimulus Checks This Year
The state passed a relief package of about $1.83 billion. The amount includes income and property tax rebates. It also provides residents with a short-term cut in sales taxes. The week of September 12 is when the check distribution will begin. Eight weeks later, all eligible individuals should have received their payments. Locals earning less than $200,000 in 2021 will get a $50 income tax rebate. Joint filers who made under $400,000 will get $100.
This state has begun sending citizens relief checks of $850. The payment funding is available because the state has a surplus budget. To qualify, the individual needs to meet two requirements. The person needs to file their 2021 income tax return by October 31, 2022. And the person needs to be a full-time state resident.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham passed a bill to give residents $250 if they earned less than $75,000 a year. All residents would get a $500 rebate. The $250 payout got scheduled for this month, and residents will receive the $500 rebate as two payments. One payout occurred in June, and the other will occur in August.
See details about other states here.
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