The state of California is the most populous state of the United States of America. And at the moment, there are two massive things happening in the state simultaneously. One is the distribution of the stimulus check financial aid payments. And the other is the election that is to take place on the 16th of September. And for this, Gavin Newsom, the current governor of the state belonging to the Democratic Party is all caught up in doing everything he can to stay in power.
Stimulus Check Information
The stimulus check financial aid payment that is currently getting distributed in the state of California, is a part of the recovery plan of the Democratic state governor. It got the approval of the state legislature in the summer. The first batch of the stimulus check financial aid payments got dispatched in the state of California. It was done this week. It has been stated that a total of 600,000 residents received the money provided by the officials of the state. The official name given to the payment is the “Golden State Stimulus” check payments. The total amount of money that was distributed was 354 million USD. and the number of checks that were generated was probably 600,000.
As per the eligibility conditions, the gross income must be somewhere between 0 to 75,000 USD for the tax year 2020. Along with that, the person must have been a resident of California in order to receive the stimulus check financial aid payments for over 50% of the tax year 2020. And the dependent must either be a qualifying relative or a qualifying child. In total, more than 50% of the citizens of the state will be receiving financial aid payments. Most batches are to be generated before the 15th of October this year.