It should be noted that the fourth stimulus checks are unlikely to arrive but the State Governments are doing their best.
The USA is currently attempting to get back on its feet as it emerges from the wrath of the pandemic. The Delta variant of the virus has risen in the meanwhile and the states are giving out $200 billion for the economy to recover.
December 31 is set to be the deadline for the distribution of stimulus checks and some have stated distributing them out.
Some of the States have started and its residents are expected to have some amount in their bank accounts before the deadline.
Stimulus Checks: Some Of The States That Have Distributed Payments
The Golden State Stimulus from California is to be distributed from the surplus budget, thanks to their tax systems. The residents who are earning $30,000 to $75,000 annually are expected to receive $500-$600 and an extra $500 if they have dependent children.
Colorado is also included in this list and the residents who have received unemployment payments from March till October will receive $375, additionally. The people belonging in higher income brackets who are qualified for more than $500 in a week are not eligible for the new stimulus checks.
The local taxes in Maryland, on unemployment benefits, are repealed and stimulus checks of $500 will go to the families. The people who have filed for the Earned Income Tax Credit will receive $300 as was passed in the legislation.
The New Mexico state made plans to dispatch $5million to its residents who did not qualify for the federal payments, currently.
Florida state allocated $1,000 to the administrators and teachers and all these things are still in development.
Georgia has a generous plan and will send $1,000 to its teachers. The part-time employees will receive $500 along with the Pre-K teachers, who have qualified for some payments.
New York has a $2.1 billion fund for undocumented workers, who did not claim the previous financial aid through the federal stimulus. You can be eligible if you are a resident and have an income of less than $26,208 in 2020.