14 States Approve Stimulus Checks

 Due to the rising inflation and gas prices, some states want to offer some economic relief. 14 states have made an effort to offer rebates to residents. Check out the list of states below. 

California: A rebate of up to $1,050 for eligible households beginning in October

Colorado: $400 rebate payments.

Delaware: One-time $300 rebate payments for residents who filed their 2020 state tax return

Georgia: Rebate payments from $250 to $500 – based on filing status

Hawaii: Rebate payments of $300 for taxpayers earning less than $100,000 per year and $100 rebates for taxpayers earning more than $100,000 per year

Idaho: In March, payments of either $75 or equal to 12% of 2020 Idaho state taxes whichever is greater

Illinois: Residents making less than $200,000 annually are eligible for $50 rebates, as well as $100 per eligible dependent.

Indiana: One-time $125 rebate payments for residents who filed tax returns. Payments started in May and should continue through September. Future plans to send additional $225 payments have not yet been approved by the state legislature.

Maine: $850 direct relief for full-time residents with a federal adjusted gross income of less than $100,000 or $150,000 if filing as head of household.

New Jersey: One-time $500 rebate checks to 1 million eligible families.

New Mexico: rebate of $250, and rebates are expected to be issued this month. Additionally, another $500 rebate

Minnesota: $750 payments for select frontline workers. Another proposal for $1,000 per person rebates would require action from the state legislature.

South Carolina: One-time $800 rebates for select taxpayers.

Virginia: One-time $250 rebates were approved last month for eligible taxpayers but won’t be issued until September

States Stilling considering rebates. 

Kansas: Gov. Laura Kelly proposed a one-time tax rebate of $250 for Kansas residents who filed 2020 state tax returns.

Kentucky: one-time payment of up to $500 and up to $1,000 per household.

Massachusetts: $250 rebates to some Massachusetts households.

North Carolina: $200 checks to residents.

Pennsylvania: one-time $2,000 payment funded by American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) federal funding granted to Pennsylvania.


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