The last stimulus checks have already been sent out by the government for the benefit of certain citizens still struggling with the financial toll the March pandemic had taken on them. However, recent reports have come up stating that there are still a few places that might still be receiving stimulus checks in 2023. Some particular payers in New Jersey, as well as Alaska, may receive up to even $1000 in spring this year.
Stimulus Checks in Alaska
Alaskans have a specific scheme called the Fund Dividend, which enables the government to share the income investment in revenues for oils with the citizens of the state. In 2023, the payout per eligible resident would be about $3,284. This comes is larger as compared to the ones they received any other year due to the rebate of $662.19 as included under the energy rebate resources. The payoff associated with this program is non-taxable. However, the residents need to apply by the end of March to receive the stimulus checks. The alternative dates for a payout are the 20th of April and the 18th of May.
New Jersey Stimulus Checks
The state of New Jersey has launched a scheme called the ANCHOR program to ensure each of its residents gets the required stimulus checks from the federal government. The scheme is to help citizens with land owing or rented taxes. The eligibility criteria for this rebate program is that the applicant must have rented or bought the place approximately on the 19th of October, 2019, and have been an active tax filer in the state of New Jersey.
It is also essential for the residents to meet the following income requirements per annum:
For homeowners, nearly $1,500 will be received by $150,000 and up to $1,000 will be received by those who fall between $150,000 and $250,000. For renters, the amount has been decided up to $450 for $150,000.
The application process for this particular program has already been closed by the 28th of Feb. The payments will however be sent to those who qualify by the end of May via check or direct deposit.