4th stimulus check update 2022 — Americans could get up to $1,500 from $1.2million pot – see specific criteria and date


MILLIONS of Americans will be eligible for refunds of up to $1,500 from a pool of $1.2 million as of the end of this week.

Idaho announced that starting December 1, homeowners who are currently qualified for the state-level Circuit Breaker property tax program can apply for the Boise Property Tax Rebate Program.

For eligible residents, the Circuit Breaker Program offers discounts on a home and up to an acre of land totaling up to $1,500.

The discount is available to residents of Idaho who earn $32,000 or less per year, are 65 or older, were former prisoners of war, or are legally blind or disabled.

The new discount may be available to as many as 1,200 Boise residents. Applications will be accepted until May 1, 2023.

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  • $450 checks have landed in Florida

    About 60,000 eligible Florida residents automatically received a payment worth $450.

    The checks should be in by Aug. 7, according to the Florida Department of Children and Families.

    The payments are part of a program called “Hope Florida – A Pathway to Prosperity.”

    Governor Ron DeSantis wrote in a letter, “This one-time payment can be used for everything from buying diapers to filling up at the pump.”

  • Double the money for New Mexico, continued

    The second incentive to be sent is for any New Mexico resident who has already filed their 2021 income tax return.

    Single applicants and married people filing separately will have received $500, while married couples filing jointly, heads of household, and surviving spouses will receive $1,000.

    The first half of this stimulus was sent in June and the second half was due to be sent in August.

    If a qualifying resident has not received his or her payment or has questions, he or she may contact Taxation & Revenue New Mexico.

  • Double the money for New Mexico

    Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed into law in March that will send two separate stimulus checks to New Mexico residents.

    Married couples filing jointly, surviving spouses, and heads of household with incomes less than $150,000 are eligible for a $250 payment.

    In addition, single applicants and married individuals filing separately with incomes less than $150,000 will also receive $250.

    Recipients must have filed their 2021 income tax returns to receive payment. Payments are distributed automatically.

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