If you’re like me, you may have been wondering when the next round of Minnesota Stimulus Checks would be disbursed. When it comes to government programs and payments, things can change at any time.
The Minnesota stimulus check is a one-time payment made directly to residents of the state. It is not like a rebate or tax refund, which is paid through your normal income tax process and then reimbursed by your employers. The Minnesota stimulus check is meant for one-time use only and cannot be used for any other purpose than what it was intended for—as an economic stimulus for Minnesotans who have been affected by the recession.
Stimulus Check Coming In October
A stimulus check is a payment that you receive from the federal government. The federal government gives you money to help stimulate the economy during hard times.
The amount of your stimulus payment depends on how much you earned during the past year and whether you have a qualifying child. If you don’t have a qualifying child and your income was less than $9550, then you will get $600; if it was between $9551–$9570, then $800; if it was between $9571–$9600, then $1000; if it was between $9601–$9750, then $1600; if it was between $9751–$9800 or more than 9801, then no stimulus check for you!
If you live in Minnesota, you may have gotten a surprise in the mail recently. The U.S. Treasury Department has started sending out stimulus payments to residents of many states across the country—and if you reside in Minnesota, it might be time to get excited!