Stimulus Check has been a huge success in the United States of America. When the time was dark, the federal government came to the aid of the common people. The government designed a program that aimed to provide monetary relief to the citizens. These monetary reliefs were known as Stimulus Check. The federal government issued three sets of Stimulus Check. Checks worth $600, $1200 & $1400 were rolled out to the qualifying citizens. The third set of checks was issued recently by the IRS.
The money was transferred directly to the bank accounts. However, people also had the choice to opt for paper checks. The increasing demands for the fourth set of Stimulus Check seem to have caught the government’s eye. In an online petition, over a 2.5million citizens signed in favor of added financial boosts. They requested the American government, led by Joe Biden to provide them with more funds.
The Democrat leaders seem to take note of the growing responses. They are currently in talks about a possible set of checks. The check will provide a monthly relief of $2000. The qualified Americans will continue to receive them till the covid situation subsides. These benefits will not be the same as the previous reliefs. This will be a monthly benefit plan whereas the previous ones were only one-time payments.
Stimulus Check Assistance From A Number Of States
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced the Golden State Stimulus II. All Californians earning between $30000 to $75000 will receive checks. The adults will get $600 whereas children are entitled to $500 each. Tax-paying immigrants will also receive the $500 check according to the announcement. Checks of unemployment will be issued by Colorado. A person earning below $52000 who has at least one unemployment check to his name will be eligible.
Florida, Georgia & Tennessee will provide a $1000 stimulus check to the teachers. It is said to be a token of respect for the dedication of the teachers amidst the pandemic. Vermont, New Mexico, Missouri, Maryland & Michigan have also announced checks for their residents.