Payments up to (dollar)1,100 are being sent out now in these zip codes as a surprise stimulus check.
STRUGGLING AMERICANS in many zip codes are still waiting for stimulus checks worth up to $1100.
Residents who had to file their 2020 tax returns by October 15 will receive the payments as part of California’s Golden State Stimulus.
As of October 31, approximately half of the nine million residents had received their checks, with the remaining checks being mailed.
The checks, which range in value from $600 to $1,100, are part of Governor Gavin Newsom’s Golden State Stimulus II initiative.
They go to people who make less than (dollar)75,000 per year.
The California Franchise Tax Board announced this week that 750,000 paper Golden State Stimulus II checks will be mailed out.
However, due to a number of constraints, the board was unable to release the funds all at once.
“The state’s ability to validate eligibility, prevent fraud, and issue GSS II payments concurrently with other mandatory disbursements,” according to the report.
The Tax Board also mentioned that the state has “various processing constraints,” such as printing and mailing.
The Tax Board has broken down the mailing schedule by the last three digits of zip codes for those who have yet to receive checks.
If you want to know how much it will cost, it has a helpful tool on its website that can help you figure it out.
Before the end of 2021, about 4.5 million people in California will receive a state stimulus check, with the CFTB issuing about nine million payments.
Residents must have spent more than half of the tax year in the state in order to qualify.
Other taxpayers are unable to claim the checks as a dependent.
“If you qualify, you will receive your payment by direct deposit or by check in the mail,” the Tax Board previously stated in a press release.
“You’ll usually get this money through the refund option you chose on your tax return.”
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