Many people may still be able to get stimulus checks in 2023, or at the very least a refund on their prior-year tax returns, according to information released by the Internal Revenue Service late in 2022. This includes the approximately 25 million Californians who may be eligible. People in six additional states might also be eligible.
Less Tax Return
The IRS warned that “refunds may be less in 2023” in November 2022 due to the lack of stimulus checks the previous year. Due to the lack of Economic Impact Payments for 2022, the government stated, “Taxpayers would not get an additional stimulus payout with a 2023 tax refund.” Many citizens of California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina who paid taxes are entitled to some kind of refund.
For the state’s Middle Class Tax Refund, which will be distributed from January 30 to February 14, California residents who earned under $500,000 in the 2020 Fiscal Year and submitted their income taxes by October 15, 2021, must have earned less than that amount. Numerous individuals are covered by California’s flexible rebate program. People who claimed between $125,001 and $250,000 but had no dependents would be eligible for $200 in the stimulus.
Stimulus Check For Californians
The highest limit of $1,050 in stimulus, which also takes inflation into account, is available to marry or joint filers in California whose combined income was about $150,000 for the 2020 tax year. According to the website of the California Franchise Tax Board, more than $9 billion in stimulus money have been been given to 31,650,087 California taxpayers as of January 13, 2023. Debit card payments will be used for the final round of stimulus payments in California, as well as for any resident taxpayers who changed their address after completing their 2020 tax forms reports Newsweek.