INSTANT payments between $1,050 and $1,400 are still being rolled out to Americans in several states.
Millions of Americans can expect a one-time payment by the end of the year or early 2023.
The money comes in the form of tax cuts, budget surpluses or one-off inflation checks.
The one-time payments are intended to help struggling Americans fight higher prices in almost every sector, such as gas prices, food and shelter.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed off on the state budget in June, including $17 billion in inflation relief in the form of tax credits.
The state’s Franchise Tax Board said residents should have seen payments in October 2022 and will continue through January 2023.
More than 20 million people queue for checks ranging from $200 to $1,050.
Eligibility and payment amounts depend on income, tax filing status, and household size.
The state has an estimator that can help you determine your eligibility and see how much cash to expect.
In addition, The US Sun has put together a table explaining who will get money and how much money they will see.
About 3.1 million Colorado residents are lining up to get money, according to Governor Jared Polis.
The discounts are worth $750 for individuals, while the amount for joint applicants is $1,500.
Those who filed their taxes before the extended October 17 deadline can expect their money through January 2023.
Thousands of Hawaii residents should have received a one-time tax refund in August.
Hawaii’s Department of Taxation said refunds began in the last week of August but will be issued in phases.
Those who get paper checks are waiting longer for the checks due to paper shortages.
Residents earning less than $100,000 a year receive a $300 rebate, while employees earning between $100,000 and $200,000 qualify for $100.
Those who have not filed an income tax return can still do so until December 31.
Earlier this year, Idaho passed a bill that allocates $350 million in tax credits.
To qualify, taxpayers must be considered full-time residents and have filed returns for 2020 and 2021.
In addition, full-time Idaho residents must have filed a grocery credit refund.
The rebates began going out in March and will net you $75 or 12 percent of your Idaho state taxes in 2020.
Although anyone who hasn’t filed a tax return must do so before December 31st to claim the money.
Maine sends coupons worth $850 per person and $1,700 for an average family.
Governor Janet Mills’ office said checks will continue to go out through the end of 2022.
To be eligible for a discount check, you must meet a number of conditions.
In terms of income, an individual cannot exceed $100,000, while heads of household and couples can earn $150,000 and $200,000 respectively.
These will be based on the 2021 tax return, which had to be submitted by October.
Tax credits for Massachusetts residents worth a combined $2.9 billion began going out in November.
For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2022, the state had net tax revenues of nearly $42 billion, while state law limits tax revenues to $38.87 billion.
This means that the $2.9 billion surplus will flow back to taxpayers.
Discounts are for those who paid income tax in 2021 and filed their 2021 tax returns before October 17, 2022.
The amount you get back depends on your specific income tax for the year 2021.
Massachusetts taxpayers are likely to recover up to 14 percent of their Massachusetts income tax due in 2021.
That means if you paid $10,000, you’ll get back about $1,400.
The state will send a million more each week until January.
Rhode Island Governor Daniel McKee said families could receive up to $750 in child tax credits.
This means that any Rhode Island taxpayer with dependents age 18 or younger is eligible for the credit and no application is required.
Discounts will be provided from December for those who took advantage of the extended October 17 submission deadline.
All discounts are sent by check and there are no direct deposits.