Many people in the United States may be eligible for a new check worth up to $1,050. But they must act quickly because the offer is only valid for the next 48 hours.
By the end of this week, a large number of struggling Americans are set to receive a $1,050 stimulus payment. In October, officials began rolling out the middle-class tax refund payments. These will continue to be issued until January of next year, according to Mike Winters.
In California, over 20 million residents are receiving stimulus payments. Those with Golden State 1 or 2 stimulus payments and last names W-Z will receive debit cards by December 10th. Non-GSS beneficiaries with last names A-K will receive payments between now and December 17th. Payments will be distributed through direct deposit or debit card until January 14th, according to Franchise Tax Boards.
Beneficiaries will receive amounts ranging from $200 to $1,050 based on adjusted gross income. Individuals making $75,000 or less with a dependent will receive $700, and joint filers making $150,000 or less with a dependent will receive $1,050. Couples making over $500,001 are not eligible for the payment.
As of December 2, over 6.9 million direct deposits and 5.4 million debit cards had been issued by the state. It is anticipated that 95% of payments will be made this year.
Meanwhile, the state of Hawaii has been issuing rebates worth up to $300 since the fall, and residents must file a 2021 tax return by December 31, 2020 to claim their rebate.
Idaho Governor Brad Little approved legislation to grant residents $500 million in tax refunds. Individual taxpayers can receive $300 and joint filers will receive $600 or 10% of their 2020 income taxes, whichever is greater. Rebates will be sent out weekly until March 2023 with around 75,000 rebates being sent out each week. To be eligible, residents must file tax returns by December 31.