In the midst of a grey period in 2020, Stimulus Check was the only ray of sunshine. The raging covid deaths and the inflation were lurking around the corner. The first wave of covid took away billions of people worldwide. Death increased day by day. The economy crashed not only in America but throughout the world. People lost jobs like anything. The situation couldn’t get any worse. The federal government came up with a plan to rescue citizens from the dire situation. In April the first check was issued.
More Stimulus Check Bringing Smile To American Faces
Last year was hectic for both parties. The lawmakers and the residents. Residents wanted a stimulus check. The lawmakers were hesitant to issue another one. Residents were facing hard financial conditions, they were struggling to meet ends. The lawmakers wanted more valid reasons than just daily necessities. Another stimulus check would likely bring another inflation after last year. Last year’s inflation was the deadliest one in the last 40 years.
However, the relief check by the federal government was sent out in 2021 March. Since then all the states have been trying to figure out another route to bring back stimulus checks. Fewer states took the initiative to provide assistance to their residents last year. Some are late to the party but they are doing it now.
California has arranged from $200 to $1050 worth of stimulus checks for their residents. Residents who have filed 2020 and 2021 taxes are eligible for this. Again in Idaho, there is a $75 check per family member. Only for those who have paid 2021 taxes by end of 2022.
New Jersey currently following the ANCHOR program. Which would eventually provide homeowners and renters their stimulus checks as property tax rebates. New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Maine also send out checks.