In 2022, state governments have intervened to provide Americans with much-needed relief through stimulus checks as inflation continues to rise. Currently, some states are sending stimulus checks into 2023. States differ in terms of who is eligible, the size of the check, and when it will be delivered.
In 2023, California is one of 17 states that continue to distribute stimulus checks. Depending on their income, filing status, and whether they have dependents, residents of California who filed their tax returns by October 15, 2021, did not exceed certain income limits, were California residents for at least six months in 2020, and could not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2020 tax return are eligible to receive a check ranging from $200 to $1,050.
Stimulus Check Payments Varies In States
From October 7 to October 25, 2022, the payments were made by direct deposit, and additional payments were made in the weeks that followed. Those who changed their bank or bank account since filing their 2020 tax return received their payments between December 17 and January 14, 2023, while those who received a payment by debit card in 2020 or 2021 received their payments between October 24 and December 10.
Those who applied for a property tax, rent, or heat credit rebate by June 30th were eligible to receive “Cash Back” payments in Colorado by September 30th, 2022. Single filers are eligible to receive $750, and joint filers are eligible to receive $1,500. In the event that a filer was granted an extension to submit their 2021 Colorado return, they will receive their stimulus check by January 31, 2023.
Each eligible person will receive $300 Relief Rebate checks from Delaware. In May of 2022, the initial payments were sent. In the summer and early fall, additional payments were sent. Adult residents of Delaware who were eligible on December 31, 2021 and did not receive a Relief Rebate had until December 15, 2022, to submit an online payment application.
In 2022, Idaho will distribute two tax rebates. The payments are available to full-time Idaho residents who submitted their income tax returns for the years 2020 and 2021 by the end of 2022. The first payment, which can range anywhere from $75 to, is determined by the filing status that is indicated on the tax return for 2021.