Residents in select west coast states are receiving tax refunds this fall as a result of budget surpluses and stimulus payments. In the past several weeks, you ought to have seen a check if you reside in Colorado or Hawaii. Californians will have to wait a little longer, but their checks will be larger than those from most other states.
Stimulus Checks For These States
Thanks to the state’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, Colorado taxpayers are getting stimulus check returns of $750, or $1,500 for couples filing jointly, as reported by the Department of Revenue Tax Division. Checks began being sent in August, but if you have not received any yet, you can call 303-951-4996 to inquire about the situation.
On Friday, September 9, 2022, residents of the Aloha State got a one-time tax refund via direct transfer. Families with yearly incomes under $100,000 received $300, while families with annual incomes over $100,000 received $100.
The distribution of inflation relief checks will start in October, so Californians will have to wait a little longer. The state is providing debit cards or direct transfers to taxpayers based on their earnings and household size because of the $97.5 billion budget excess the state has. The stimulus checks, which are referred to as the “Middle-Class Tax Refund,” could amount to $1,050 per family. According to KTLA, refund amounts are determined using your 2020 tax returns.