The US is experiencing one of the worst inflation where citizens are struggling to survive. The living costs are skyrocketing but the federal government is unwilling to provide further stimulus checks. However, several states have stepped up and offered additional stimulus money to help their residents with basic needs without going into debt. States governors have taken active steps to ensure aid for residents.
State Stimulus Check
The California government has decided to offer a $1,050 stimulus check from October 2022 to January 2023 through mail or direct deposit. Residents of Delaware will receive $300 against individual tax filing while couples will get $600. Gov. Ron DeSantis promised to offer $450 as child credit to needy families.
Georgia is also providing individuals $250, couples $500, and household heads $375 as one-time payments. Hawaiian people might get $300 as a direct deposit within this month if residents earn under $100,000 while couples earn $200,000.
Illinois is giving out $50 to individual tax filers and $100 to joint filers through mail or direct deposit method. House owners might get $300 if they earned under $250,000. Gov. Juliana Stratton announced that urban and rural people must be supported so they can purchase food, medication, gas, and other bills.
More Relief Payments
The people of Maine have been promised an $850 stimulus check by Gov. Janet Mills. New Mexico residents have been sending $500 to individuals while $1,000 to household heads since July 2022. People of New York receive a one-time tax rebate over annual income as well as property worth $150.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin approved sending a one-time tax refund of $250 to individuals and $500 to couples. However, residents must have filed their taxes within 1st November 2021. These decisions are being taken so people all over the US can stay afloat during this difficult time of inflation.