Last month, it was announced that some residents would be eligible for $1,400 stimulus checks.
The idea intends to assist citizens in Washington, Iowa, who were not eligible for federal COVID stimulus checks but nonetheless faced challenges as a result of the outbreak. Residents of Iowa have only a few days left to submit an application stimulus package of up to $1,400.
On April 25, Johnson County, Iowa residents could apply for a one-time $1,400 payout. Approximately 2,500 Johnson County residents may be eligible for the one-time payout if they struggled during the outbreak. Residents must meet certain criteria to apply, including food or unstable housing, job loss, or having previously been denied federal stimulus benefits.
Iowa Residents Will Receive Stimulus Checks
If you are qualified for a federal program such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or Supplemental Security Income, you may also be eligible. In terms of income, a single-person home must earn $45,370 or less, a family of two must earn $51,870, and a four-person household must earn $64,805. The idea is being supported by Escucha Mi Voz Washington, an advocacy group.
Around 140 city residents did not get federal stimulus money in 2021, according to the organization. The cost of issuing checks to these persons is estimated to be roughly $200,000. One problem is that many persons who qualify suffered challenges and were not eligible for the government stimulus check. This could lead to a funding shortage. The deadline for applications for stimulus funding is May 9, 2022. One method to get around this is to prioritize those who have been harmed the most.