With the evolution of the post-pandemic world, the citizens have been receiving more and more stimulus check payments from their states.
Some states have been routinely issuing stimulus payments to large and large sections of the population. The residents of California have already been set to receive their inflation relief checks by the end of this year.
This has been referred to as the Middle-Class Tax Refund, wherein qualifying individuals will be receiving a tax rebate that comes up to a worth of around $1,050. Most of the residents who have earnings of up to $150,000 annually will be receiving the entire amount while those who have earnings of up to $500,00 will be receiving a fraction of the entire total.
Multiple States Have Been Issuing Stimulus Check Payments
The residents of Colorado have also been gearing up for the Colorado Cash Back Bill, which will start on the 30th of September and will be providing a stimulus check payment of around $750 per individual to at least 18 years of age by the end of last year.
In the state of Delaware, the Delaware Relief Rebate Program will also issue a sum of $350 as a one-time payment to all adult residents in the state. For Oregon, the low-income residents who qualify for the payments have already received a one-time check of $600 by the 31st of July. The checks were sent out to the residents who had also received the Oregon Earned Income Tax Credit on their 2020 taxes.
While the legislators for the state of Massachusetts haven’t already issued an official stimulus check payment, they are still proceeding with an excess tax refund that comes to a total of $2.5 billion, or around 7% of the state income tax payment of the residents in 2021. The Middle-Class Tax Rebate in New Jersey will also see to it that the citizens receive checks of up to $500 for individuals who have at least a single dependent on their tax returns for 2020.