The federal government distributed three types of checks. The first was issued in April 2020 then in December 2020 and again in March 2021. Then the fund dried up. But the cry for stimulus check didn’t stop among the residents. Then inflation started to spike, and by June 2022 it skyrocketed. The residents left no stone unturned to find hope and assistance for their financial strain. The majority drowned in debts. And others dived into their savings. They took up two jobs, especially for middle- and lower-income families, to bring food to the table.
Some states started early sending out checks and some states have started recently.
Some States Have Recently Opened Their Application Portal For Stimulus Check
Some states even during the inflation sent out stimulus check, e.g. California. It was the first state to take up the authority to financially assist its residents. They didn’t even bother to set a bunch of rules. Which some lower-income families would have found difficult to qualify for.
They just needed to file their last two years’ taxes and qualify for federal-level poverty.
Idaho residents can still apply for it. They sent their checks in March and September of 2022. Those who have filed later and filed for an extension can claim their stimulus check this year. If you are one of those residents who haven’t got their checks, can wait till 30th June to contact the authority.
In Illinois, they opened their portal last year in June probably. They closed it by 17th October 2022. They had property tax rebates and income tax rebates. The majority got their stimulus check , those who haven’t, tend to receive it soon.
New Mexico, Montana, and Maine, Massachusetts have their active stimulus check program. Both Minneapolis and Massachusetts recently released their guaranteed income program.