Despite the economy’s ongoing issues and growing prices for everything from housing and gasoline to eggs and bread, the federal government is unlikely to provide homeowners any stimulus checks in 2022.
Here Are States Still Offering Stimulus Checks
Up to $1,050 in stimulus payments are being distributed to California households to help combat inflation.
According to the Colorado Department of Revenue, state residents who submitted their 2021 tax forms before June 30 will get more money.
Delaware started distributing $300 “relief rebate” checks to taxpayers in May.
Almost 60,000 Florida homes will receive one-time checks of $450 per kid.
In Georgia, reimbursements are available in the amounts of $250 for single taxpayers, $375 for heads of household, and $500 for joint filers.
Hawaii residents will this year be eligible for a $300 tax credit if their income in 2021 is less than $100,000 or $200,000 for joint filers.
Depending on which is bigger, the payments offer each taxpayer and dependant $75 or 12 percent of their 2020 state income tax return.
Illinois is providing short-term reductions in sales taxes as well as rebates on income and property taxes.
No of their level of income, all citizens of Indiana will receive $125 refund checks.
As a result of a budget excess, households are getting Stimulus Checks for up to $850.
The Massachusetts State Legislature is working to offer qualifying individuals and married couples one-time tax reimbursements of $250 and $500, respectively.
Gov. Phil Murphy of New Jersey has suggested allocating $53 million to provide $500 bonuses to taxpayers who file taxes using a taxpayer identification number rather than a Social Security number.
All residents of New Mexico will get a tax credit of $500, with an additional $250 available to individuals making less than $75,000 per year.
In Minnesota, front-line employees are eligible for a $750 Stimulus Check.
Approximately 236,000 low-income people in Oregon are receiving $600 payments after claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit.
Pennsylvania has established a $121.7 million fund that will be distributed to renters, senior homeowners, and those with disabilities.
The budget for South Carolina provides some taxpayers with a one-time payout of up to $800.
Virginia will provide a one-time check in the amount of $500 for joint taxpayers or $250 for single filers.