Governor Gavin Newsom recently informed reporters that a fresh batch of Golden State Stimulus checks will almost certainly be included in a May modification to the state funding proposal.
California has been the most accommodating to its citizens thus far, developing the Golden State Stimulus, which is divided into two parts: Stimulus I and Stimulus II. Stimulus II checks, costing between 600 and 1,100 dollars, were speculated to arrive by October 31. Some folks who submitted their taxes late or who were anticipating physical cash may instead receive their new stimulus check in December.
Are You Eligible To Receive The Stimulus Checks?
Californians are getting stimulus checks as part of the Golden State Stimulus II program, with over 800,000 checks totaling $575 million being sent to qualifying citizens.
Those who qualify for a payment in California will get up to $1,100, with the CFT Board saying that the next round of payments will primarily be postal checks.
From December 18 to December 31, 9,000 direct deposits totaling little more than $6 million resulted in the issue of around 794,000 paper checks totaling $568 million.
More than eight million Golden State Stimulus II payments have been paid or announced in California, totaling about $5.8 billion, according to a spokesperson.
If you earned less than $75,000 on your 2020 tax return, you may be eligible for financial aid through the Golden State Stimulus II program, which offers stimulus payments ranging from $600 to $1,100. Workers who do not meet the requirements for a Social Security Number (SSN) can instead apply for an ITIN. It permits them to work in California under certain conditions.
If you qualify, you’ll have until February 15, 2022, to pay taxes and get your Golden State Stimulus Check using your ITIN.