Before Christmas, ten states and cities are distributing stimulus checks and other payments.
MANY AMERICANS CAN EXPECT TO RECEIVE A PAYMENT FROM THEIR STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
The funds could be distributed as a one-time stimulus check or as a series of recurring payments known as universal basic income.
However, Americans will receive money for the holidays in either case.
We’ll go over which states and cities might be sending you a check before the year’s end.
A total of nine million Californians are expected to receive checks as part of the Golden State Stimulus II program by the end of the year.
If you haven’t received your check yet, we will explain when you will receive it.
Residents earning less than (dollar)75,000 per year who filed their 2020 taxes before October 15 are eligible for the payment under California’s initiative.
Florida may send stimulus payments to first responders and pre-K through 12th-grade teachers in December.
These individuals may be eligible for a one-time payment of (dollar)1,000 if they meet the criteria.
The program, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis, will benefit about 175,000 teachers and 3,600 principals.
On November 15, residents of the state of Maine began receiving stimulus payments.
More than half a million residents will receive one-time payments of (dollar)285 each.
Single filers with an annual income of less than (dollar)75,000 and couples with an annual income of less than (dollar)150,000 are both eligible.
The state will keep sending them until the end of the year.
Maryland’s poorest families and individuals are receiving stimulus checks.
Families who meet the criteria will receive (dollar)500 in payments, while individuals will receive (dollar)300.
Over the next three years, the families may be able to receive more money in the form of tax refunds.
Families with two children who earn (dollar)25,000 per year could receive (dollar)1,100 per year.
The deadline to apply for a stimulus check worth up to (dollar)3,000 for low-income residents in Seattle was November 15.
Applicants must be 18 years or older to apply for the Seattle Relief Fund.
You must also earn less than half of the area median income in Seattle, which is less than (dollar)40,500 for an individual or (dollar)57,850 for a family of four.
Columbia began making recurring payments to 100 low-income fathers in September.
The payments are loaded onto debit cards and will be sent out for a total of 12 months.
The Columbia Life Improvement Monetary Boost (CLIMB) is the name of the one-year pilot program.
Its goal is to look into the impact of guaranteed income on poverty, inequity, and financial insecurity.
Payments under the Universal Basic Income (UBI) will be made in the future…
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