# Government payments
Billions in stimulus money available in Illinois
photo of money in handPhoto by Jinyun (Unsplash) Would a financial boost help you out right now during this time of inflation? Did you know that billions of dollars are available to you in Illinois?
New Jersey residents to get stimulus payment
Photo by money in handsPhoto by Alexander Mils (Unsplash) Are you having a hard time with all of the many rising costs? If so, you're not alone. But here's some good news. If you're a resident of New Jersey, you very possibly have some money coming your way. Recently, Governor Phil Murphy has signed off on a $500 tax rebate to nearly 1 million New Jersey residents. This rebate is officially called the Middle Class Tax rebate.
Which stimulus programs are available in 2022?
hand holding moneyPhoto by Alexander Mils (Unsplash) Are you feeling a financial squeeze living in Chicago? If so, you're not remotely alone. Thankfully, the state of Illinois and the city of Chicago have several programs in place to help you out.
Cash available to homeowners and renters in Washington
stack of moneyPhoto by pictures of money (Creative Commons) If you're struggling to pay your mortgage or rent right now, that shouldn't be a surprise with the way that prices are increasing for pretty much all goods and services. Thankfully, there are some government funded stimulus programs that are still available to help you with your mortgage or rent. Keep reading for more information.
Billions in stimulus money available for Nevada residents
hands holding out moneyPhoto by 401k2012 (Creative commons) If you're struggling to pay your rent or mortgage, I've got some good news for you. Did you know that billions of dollars are available to you in Nevada to pay your rent or your mortgage?
Spokane residents would receive hundreds each month in new stimulus program
folded money in handPhoto by Sasun Bughdaryan (Unsplash) Isn't it a huge bummer when prices keep going up and up and your income seems to stay at the same levels? If you feel this way, know that you're not alone. Three United States senators have come together to propose a way to help you out financially each month. It is called the Family Security Act 2.0.
New Washington stimulus proposal would send hundreds each month
Can you imagine what it would be like to have a few thousand more dollars per year right now? Or even what it would be like to get an additional $600 more per month? That's exactly what three senators are suggesting now in a new proposal that would give many people thousands of dollars each year.
Families could receive hundreds with new stimulus proposal
photo of man holding moneyPhoto by Sharon McCutcheon (Unsplash) As you know, prices are continuing to go up and inflation is in full swing. How would several thousand dollars more per year affect you and your family? Would that influx of cash help you out? Three senators, Mitt Romney, Richard Burr and Steve Daines recently introduced the Family Security Act 2.0.
New stimulus would give you thousands more each year in Ohio
Are you feeling the squeeze financially during this time of rising costs due to inflation? Then you'll want to hear about this new proposal on the table that would give many people thousands of dollars each year. Three senators,Mitt Romney, Richard Burr, and Steve Daines, have announced the Family Security Act 2.0. Here's a quick look at what this proposal includes. This program would send money to families. It would start funding families during pregnancy. $350 per month would be sent to families for each child ages five years old and under. For families with children ages six to seventeen years old, parents would receive $250 a month for each qualifying child.
Stimulus payments for hundreds of dollars coming to workers in Minnesota
hand holding moneyPhoto by JP Valery (Unsplash) Good news for many individuals in Minnesota. You will be receiving a one-time payment of $750 from the state of Minnesota. So how do you know if you qualify for this payment?
Stimulus proposal would give families hundreds more each month
Photo of money in handPhoto by Sasun Bughdaryan (Unsplash) A new stimulus proposal is on the table from U.S. Senators Mitt Romney, Richard Burr, and Steve Daines. It is called the Family Security Act 2.0.
Get $250 in additional stimulus money now
How does an additional $250 sound right now? That's the amount you'll receive from the state of Connecticut for each eligible child with a child tax rebate, if you meet the requirements.
More Stimulus Money Could Be Coming To Missouri
Money in handPhoto by JP Valery (Unsplash) While most options for federal funding have went away, it seems there are some new options coming to the table for Missouri residents. For example, a plan that would give $500 to individuals and $1,000 to families was recently proposed by the Missouri state Senate. The plan’s primary objective is to enable residents to cope with the high rate of inflation that has skewered the finances of low-income families.
More Stimulus money coming to Delaware
stack of money in different amountsphoto by Colin Watts (Unsplash) If you're running light on cash right now, here is some good news for Delaware residents. By the end of May, the state of Delaware will be sending out a tax rebate to residents. Individual filers will receive $300, while married couples filing jointly would receive $600. Delaware citizens who have submitted a personal income tax return for 2020 will receive the rebates. According to Delaware Online, the rebate also applies to residents who did not earn enough to submit taxes in 2020.
You Can Expect More Stimulus Payments This Year
Residents of four states in the US may be eligible for future stimulus payments, which will begin in May as the country battles high inflation. Of these four states, residents of Delaware are in luck.
Stimulus Plan Could Create Monthly Payments for Washington Residents
Housing costs are up. Used car costs are almost as much as new cars. Groceries, gas, and utility costs are rising all over Washington. Not just in Seattle, Spokane, Kennewick, and Vancouver but everywhere.