In 2022, many states had surpluses in their budgets or extra money through COVID relief funding. This is good news for many taxpayers, who can anticipate one-time direct stimulus check transfers in time for the holiday season. Yes, the holidays in December are already being discussed; the release of the first pumpkin spice item should officially kick off the season.
Who knows when they’ll get a tax refund in the mail? The price, please. Search for your state on the list below to find out which states will get stimulus money, tax refunds, or other aid in September 2022.
Here are the states that can get you these stimulus check payments:
The Aloha State’s citizens will get a one-time tax refund stimulus check by direct transfer on Friday, September 9, 2022. Families with yearly incomes under $100,000 will receive $300 per person, while families with annual incomes over $100,000 will receive $100 per person.
Californians will need to wait a little longer, but the stimulus payment for inflation relief will be mailed out in October. Due to the state’s $97.5 billion budget surplus, the state is giving individuals debit cards or direct remittances based on their income and household size. The so-called “Middle-Class Tax Refund” payments might total $1,050 for each family. Refund amounts are calculated using your 2020 tax returns, according to KTLA.
Due to higher-than-expected state revenue figures, Indiana citizens will get $325 per taxpayer, according to a story at Indystar.com. Direct deposit refund recipients ought to have already gotten their money. Due to problems with the supply chain, a round of checks meant to be distributed in August was postponed. According to CNET, the state is printing 1.7 million stimulus check that will be mailed out between now and October.
Beginning the following week, CNET reports that Illinois residents may be eligible for stimulus check rebates of up to $400. Couples filing jointly who made less than $400,000 in 2021 and individuals who made less than $200,000 will each receive $100, plus $100 for each dependent, for a maximum of $400 per family.