Stimulus Checks Worth Nearly $4000 For These 3 States

There are no new stimulus checks from the federal government. However, states have been funding their stimulus checks. They have improved their basic income plan, too.

Apply For The State Stimulus Check Programs If You Are Eligible

Here are three States which will provide monetary assistance to their residents.


California residents will get stimulus payments as part of the Golden State Stimulus II program, which will distribute over 800,000 checks totaling $575 million to homes that qualify.

Between December 18 and December 31, a total of 9,000 direct deposits totaling a little over $6 million resulted in the issuance of about 794,000 paper checks totaling $568 million.

To be qualified for either of the Golden State Stimulus I or II checks, Californians must have lived in the state for more than half of the 2020 tax year and earned no more than $75,000 in that year.

New Jersey

Those who qualify for the New Jersey stimulus check will get a $2,000 one-time payment, up to a total of $4,000 per household. Applications are being accepted now, but the deadline is Monday, February 28. The application period may end sooner if the funds are exhausted before the deadline. Undocumented individuals, those who have recently been imprisoned, and those who have not received a government stimulus check or pandemic unemployment compensation are all eligible to qualify for this stimulus money.


110 qualifying households will receive these payments for 12 months under Shreveport, Louisiana’s guaranteed income program. Until January 17, the city only accepted submissions for a week.

While the selected participants were supposed to receive compensation on Monday, February 28, the city ran into some complications and had to postpone the payout date. To qualify for the checks, a municipal resident must be a sole parent with an annual income of 120 percent of the national poverty level. A single-parent with a school-age kid is defined, by the city, as a father, mother, stepparent, caregiver, grandparent, or legal guardian.

As of August 2021, the child must be at least three years old and under the age of twenty. In addition, the city said that you cannot live with a partner if you are not married.