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Stimulus Check: Money Offered By States

Stimulus Checks have been one of the best things that happened to Americans. The administration of Joe Biden issues the checks when America was plunged into darkness. Financial assistance acted like a boon for many households. When the country imposed a strict shutdown, people were clueless about their future. This was when the federal government came up with the idea of a stimulus check. 

Joe Biden announced a series of monetary assistance based on the eligibility of the residents. Most of the people benefitted largely from the initiative. The money received from the check was mostly used up to meet the essential needs of the households. However, after the initial three checks, no further announcements have been made. America was being plagued by waves of coronavirus.

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The entire country was shut down. People lost their jobs and found it difficult to manage the household. Checks offered by the federal government provided the much-needed respite. The citizens were able to worry less and focus more on productivity. 

The government structured three checks at the time of the pandemic. The payments rolled out were $1200, $600 & $1400. This money did provide initial assistance. However, it failed to sustain the household in the long run. People in America are suffering from unemployment.

Stimulus Check Available Upto $1100

It is quite evident that there will be no federal assistance. Hence, people would have to rely on the states for money. California was the first state to start the checks. They have rolled out a significant amount of money by now. The state will roll out up to $1100 for citizens this Christmas. 

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Connecticut and Florida will provide a sum of $1000 to their teachers and workers. New Hampshire declared monetary help of $1086 for a three-member family. New Mexico has also started rolling out $750 stimulus checks. States like Tennessee and Vermont, Colorado, Indiana, and Hawaii will also distribute financial aid. 

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