Stimulus Check Update: Some Americans Might Receive More Money

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Before the deadline for the national tax filing, some residents could be receiving additional stimulus check payments. Although the third round of the stimulus payments was previously sent out to most of the eligible Americans the previous year, some of the individuals who previously didn’t receive any payment would be able to file for it before the tax-filing deadline on the 18th of April. Also, some of the states have already called for legislation that would be providing residents with some more economic payments after they filed their taxes on Monday. 

Additional Stimulus Check Payments Coming In Soon

In the state of Georgia, Governor Brian Kemp went on to sign a bill in March that would be providing eligible residents of his state with additional stimulus check payments after they ended up filing their taxes. HB 1302 would be providing them with a one-time tax credit for taxpayers who went on to file their income tax returns for both the 2020 and 2021 taxable years. This was released in a statement from the governor’s office. 

According to a statement released, once a taxpayer would be filing their taxes for 2021, the department of revenue for the state would then push out additional credit. Single taxpayers will be receiving a sum of $250, and most married couples will be receiving $500. A taxpayer that is usually considered to be the head of their household will be receiving a payment of $375- as reported by the governor’s office. 

Kemp had previously announced that the government should ideally be returning the stimulus check dollars to the taxpayers- because that is the taxpayer’s money and not the government’s. A similar form of legislation was also signed in Indiana, where Eric Holcomb– the Governor- announced that eligible state residents would be receiving a Taxpayer refund.

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