States sending them know
As relief from rising inflation, many US states decided to issue stimulus checks to support needy families. The practice continues for a few more, with payments of up to $1,500. Meet them here.
The US Recovery Plan was approved by members of the Democratic Party in 2021 as part of a bill to mitigate the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This plan, along with other factors, caused inflation and general inequality to peak at historic levels of inflation in the United States. This fact influenced the decision of many states to send their own aid to residents from epidemic relief funds and tax revenues.
Now,some states are still sending hardship payments to families with stimulus checks of up to $1,500. Here we leave the list.
Maine is paying residents $450 to help with heating costs this winter and should reach 880,000 families. They started making checks in January and they expect all those eligible to receive the money in April.
The state tax commission has until September 30 to conduct additional checks, and the state itself will determine a person’s eligibility based on their tax returns.
For more than 40 years, the Permanent Fund Dividend Program has allowed the Alaska government to share tax revenue from oil extraction with residents. The approved fee for this year’s applicant will be $3,284.
Alaskans must apply by March 31. State residents who are not incarcerated in 2022 are eligible.
So far, the government has disbursed two batches of these payments, and the third will be made available to selectees in May.
The state offers $450 for renters and $1,000 to $1,500 in property tax credits for homeowners. If they have filed their tax returns on time. By May 3, 2023, the state will pay most of the fees.
Eligible taxpayers receive a refund of approximately 14% of their state tax liability. Those who filed their declaration in March will receive payment this month. Those who do it before September 15, 2023, will have it one month after its presentation.
June 30 is the deadline for meal reimbursements. You may qualify for a one-time payment of $99 to $302 if you have an annual income of $43,900 for individuals and $62,700 for a family of four.
Residents have until May 31, 2023, to file their 2021 income tax returns, and are therefore eligible for a refund of $500 for individual filers and $1,000 for joint filers. In this case payment is due by mid-June, either by mailed paper check or direct deposit.