16 States Could Receive Another Stimulus Check

16 States Could Receive Another Stimulus Check

The last time the federal government made stimulus payments relating to pandemics was in May 2021, and they have not yet made any plans. However, a few individual states have declared their intention to provide eligible residents with stimulus funds.

According to a published post by The Finance Buzz, Delaware residents who sent in their state tax forms for the year 2020 in May were entitled to a $300 “relief rebate” payment. In addition to single filers, joint filers also received a $300 check apiece.

The end of June will see the start of the distribution of the $850 stimulus payment to Maine residents who have submitted their 2021 state tax forms. The New Jersey state legislature is currently debating Gov. Phil Murphy’s bill, which would grant tax rebates to taxpayers who file their state taxes using a taxpayer identification number rather than a Social Security number, including resident and non-resident aliens, as well as their spouses and dependents.

The New Mexico State Legislature passed a law last year allowing taxpayers who make up to $75,000 for single filers and $150,000 for married couples to receive refunds. There is no maximum income limit for this payment, which is also made to New Mexicans who are not required to file taxes but who are not dependents of another taxpayer.

16 States Could Receive Another Stimulus Check
If you live in one of these states you may receive another direct deposit or check from your state government. (Photo: Finance Buzz)

Stimulus Checks for 16 States Ready

The Kansas governor’s proposed $250 and $500 rebates for individuals and married couples who filed Kansas state tax returns for the year 2020 were not approved during the current legislative session, but they might be discussed again during the following one.

Kentucky A proposal for a one-time rebate of $500 to $1,000 per home, which is a component of a bigger tax package, is now making its way through the Kentucky legislature after passing in the Kentucky State Senate.

There are relief bills in place or pending that can ease the financial burden for citizens of these 16 states, even to a modest extent. Relief measures like those mentioned here will be more crucial as inflation rises to aid average people in making ends meet and maintaining a healthy financial situation.