In response to the ongoing need that many Americans are experiencing, some state governments have decided to step up and pledged Stimulus Checks to the people. Though not all of the plans have been made public, here are the 10 states that have stimulus checks or tax breaks on the table for 2022.
Stimulus Check Upto $400 Available
Colorado: A tax credit of $400 for individuals and $800 for joint filers is available to 3.1 million “full-time” state residents.
Georgia: Refunds range from $250 to $500 in the state of Georgia.
Single filers may receive up to $250, families may receive up to $375, and couples filing jointly may earn up to $500.
Hawaii: Governor David Ige of Hawaii suggested a $100 payout for every inhabitant of the state. Hawaiians earning just under $100,000 will be eligible for a $300 stipend.
Idaho: Gov Brad Little has approved a 12% rebate for Idaho residents. Payouts started in March, and the first residents to get their returns were those who selected the direct transfer option.
Illinois: Governor J.B. Pritzker authorized a $100 adult payout and a $50 dependent reimbursement.
Indiana: Indiana citizens who submitted their taxes before Jan 3, 2022, will receive tax refunds. Individuals who do so will receive a $125 payout, while married couples would earn twice that amount.
Maine: Governor Janet Mills signed a one-time stimulus check of $850 to Maine residents earning less than $100,000 into law. The relief payment is available to household heads making less than $150,00 and married couples filing jointly earning less than $200,00.
New Jersey: Governor Phil Murphy has approved a $500 one-time payment to families. Governor Murphy intended to include any workers that filed taxes using a tax id number rather than an SSN, including non-citizens.
New Mexico: Taxpayers earning less than $75,000 and married couples earning less than $150,000 will receive $250 or $500 rewards if they file their 2021 tax return. In June, New Mexico will award grants of $500 and $1000 to single and married filers, respectively.
New York: Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation providing up to $970 in property tax relief and suspending a $0.16 gas tax only until the end of the year. This property tax credit is available to anybody earning below $250,000 per year.