The Proposed Tax Refund is scheduled to begin disbursing to Californians in October.
Depending on your income level and the number of dependents you have, the direct payments of stimulus check that can range from $200 to $1,050.
One of the major benefits of this direct payment would be that Californians who qualify can receive assistance without taking action.
Based on the details on their 2020 tax forms, the payment will be automatically calculated and distributed to residents. The residents’ bank accounts will either get this money directly or be loaded onto debit cards.
Most Californians who electronically submit their taxes will likely receive a direct transfer.
Using a few exceptions, people will still be able to pay with a debit card. These include taxpayers who submitted a paper return, received a check for their 2020 tax refund or owed money for the 2020 tax year.
Taxpayers who got their Golden State Stimulus payment through check, used their refund to cover their tax preparer’s fees, or received an advance refund for the 2020 tax year are also exempt from this rule.
According to the California Franchise Tax Board, stimulus checks will start on October 1st, and most residents will receive their relief funds by January 2023.
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Individual taxpayers will earn less money than combined tax filers, according to a chart created by KTLA.
Those with at least one dependent and an annual income of $75,000 or less will receive $700.
The amount of money you receive will decrease as your income and the number of your dependents increase.
The joint tax filers with at least one dependent and annual incomes of $150,000 or less will receive the greatest payout of $1,050.