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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Stimulus Check Update: Surprise Payments Of $1,000 Coming In December

Quite a few lucky residents will be in for a treat with quite a few states now bringing out their own stimulus check programs to benefit the people. This time around, every local government would be deciding who qualified for another stimulus payment. In the state of Connecticut, Governor Ned Lamont had announced the Back to Work program for $1,000 in stimulus payments, which began on the 30th of May, 2021, and would be continuing till the 31st of December, 2021.

States Have Brought Out Their Stimulus Check Program

Lamont stated that quite a few workers who were displaced during the early parts of the pandemic and faced the struggle of unemployment are now getting transitioned back into the workforce and rebuilding- with the assistance of the one-time stimulus check payment which would help most of the workers pay for the critical things that they would need to get back to work- including childcare. 

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The requirements for receiving another stimulus check in most of the other states also have specifics on when the residents managed to file for unemployment and how long they were on unemployment benefits. Residents will also be required to have obtained employment later which would make them eligible for the stimulus payment.

To claim a stimulus payment of $1,000, a person has to complete and submit the Back to Work CT program application electronically- no paper applications will be accepted. The Department of Revenue Services might just contact an applicant directly in order to substantiate their employment following the completion of the required weeks of employment. 

In the state of California, the Golden State Stimulus Check was implemented to residents who were required to have pushed in their tax return for 2020 by the 15th of October. Around half of the nine million residents in the state received their checks as of the 31st of October, with the rest of them receiving it through the mail. 

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