State Stimulus Checks Are Still Available

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Stimulus Checks

Twelve of the almost 20 states that approved Stimulus Checks in some capacity in 2022 are still awaiting their money. A check could be on the way if you reside in one of the following 12 states and have not yet received the money you are due.

Will Your State Send A Stimulus Check?

Additional payment details from various state governments are provided below.


Certain direct transfers, nevertheless, will still be accepted till November 14. In October, the majority of qualified Californians got checks for $1,050 in Middle-Class Tax Refunds. Payments made using debit cards will be accepted until January 14, 2023.


Colorado mailed genuine checks up to $750 or $1,500 for joint fillers to prevent fraud; the majority of them were received before September 30. However, up until January 31, 2023, payments would still be provided to those who requested a tax extension.


During a 30-day application process that concludes on November 30, qualified residents who have not yet received a Delaware Relief Rebate payment may apply for the $300 Stimulus Check. Eligible Hawaii Hawaiians will be reimbursed up to $300 on or before December 31 depending on when they submitted their taxes.


Idaho citizens who satisfy the conditions will get $300 payments ($600 for couples) for the rest of the year and into early 2023.


Two Stimulus Checks are offered by Illinois, one for $50 and the other for $300. After the initial checks were mailed out on September 12, the state declared that it “would take several months to be dispersed.”


Two individual Stimulus Checks totaling $125 and $200 have been approved by Indiana. Specific conditions must be met for each, and those that did so have already been compensated. But instead of getting a check for the $200 refund they were only qualified for, they would have to claim it as a tax credit when they filed their taxes the following year.