Which other states are issuing payments this fall? How much money could taxpayers get? Read on to find out.
Millions of Californians are receiving inflation relief checks of up to $1,050 starting in October, either as a direct deposit or a debit card. The state expects 95% of the payments to go out this year, with the remaining checks reportedly arriving by Jan. 15, 2023.
State residents who have filed their 2021 return by June 30 should have gotten a physical check for $750 by Sept. 30, thanks to the 1992 Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) Amendment. (Joint filers will get $1,500.)
After Gov. John Carney approved the Delaware Relief Rebate Program in April, a $300 stimulus check was cut for all residents who filed their 2020 tax returns.
Nearly 60,000 Florida families received one-time payments of $450 per child "to offset the costs of rising inflation," according to Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill in March authorizing rebates to taxpayers who filed their state returns for both 2020 and 2021. Single taxpayers received $250 in May, with heads of households getting $375 and married couples filing jointly netting $500.
Residents who earned under $100,000 in 2021 -- or $200,000 if they file jointly -- are receiving a $300 tax rebate this year, with dependents also eligible for the rebate. A qualifying family of four could receive $1,200.