Stimulus Check 2022: Californians Are The Latest To Receive State Aid

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Stimulus Checks

Despite the fact that California has the highest gas costs in the nation—over $6 per gallon—some state residents may soon get a Stimulus Check.

For 23 million Californians or more than half of the state’s population, Stimulus Checks ranging from $350 to $1,050 are included in the budget for 2022–2023 that Governor Gavin Newsom authorized. The $17 billion inflation relief plan serves as the agreement’s focal point, according to a joint statement released on Sunday night by Governor Gavin Newsom, Senate President pro-Tempore Toni Atkins, and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, “would deliver tax returns to millions of working Californians.”

Stimulus Check For Californians

The Stimulus Check budget framework agreement was jointly announced on June 26 by the state assembly leaders. According to the statement, “California’s budget emphasizes putting money back in the pockets of millions of Californians who are struggling with global inflation and rising expenses of everything from petrol to groceries.” It also addresses the state’s most urgent needs.

23 million Californians, including taxpayers and their dependents, will get Stimulus Checks of up to $1,050 under the scheme. The payments would be sent to taxpayers by late October either by direct deposit refunds or debit cards, according to the Newsom administration. The Franchise Tax Board estimates that all refunds will be delivered by the end of 2022 or early the next year, benefiting the 17.4 million taxpayers in the state who stand to earn.

The state has created an information page for what is now known as the “Middle-Class Tax Refund,” which includes a calculator for figuring out your payback amount. The California Franchise Tax Board will disperse stimulus funds through direct deposits and debit cards. Payments will be given beginning in October and continuing until early 2023. The $17 billion in inflation-relief measures included in the larger state budget also cover stimulus payments, help with rent and power costs, and a temporary suspension of the state’s gasoline taxes.