Eligible Texas residents will be able to receive a stimulus check by the end of this month, so that low-income families can get a little help to cover expenses that are always heavy at the end of the year.
Throughout 2023, inflation affected households with financial problems, so different states within the United States have not stopped sending economic benefits to their residents, despite the fact that the stimulus checks from the federal government stopped some time ago.
About 20 states within the country continue to support the population with stimulus checks and tax refunds, so we will tell you what the requirements are and what the amounts of money that will be sent are.
When are stimulus checks delivered in Texas?
The Lone Star State is expected to send out its checks by mail at the end of the month, by December 28, while direct deposits will be made one day later, on December 29, but there are some conditions to receive this economic aid.
In the case of Texas, annuity payments are issued based on the Teacher Retirement System (TRS) and are distributed on the last business day of each month.
Thus, residents receiving this benefit should check their mail on the days indicated.
If you have any questions, contact the TRS office at 1-800-223-8778 and obtain the necessary information.
If the check was cashed in the Teachers’ Retirement System, a copy would be sent with the cashing record, but if it has not been used, the original payment will be stopped, and you should proceed to apply for it.
The replacement check has seven to 10 business days to be cashed; it is recommended that if the original check arrives in the mail within those days, do not attempt to cash it again, as it will not be valid.