Do You Qualify for Any of the Surprise Stimulus Checks Being Sent Before Christmas?

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Citizens in four states may be fortunate enough to receive a stimulus check in time for the holidays.

State stimulus cheques are still being distributed as states attempt to assist their poor citizens before the Christmas.

Maine, California, Maryland, and Florida are among the states with qualified residents.

These stimulus payments are coming from the states, not the federal government, and they don’t appear to be coming anytime soon.

Over 500,000 people in Maine will get $285 in one-time cheques.

The first batch was sent out on Nov. 15, and more will be given out throughout the year.

Single filers making less than $75,000 and couples making less than $150,000 are eligible.

California’s second batch of Golden State Stimulus cheques is being sent to eligible residents.

They can qualify if their AGI is between $1 and $75,000 and they lived in the state for at least 6 months in 2020.

Depending on whether you have dependents, the payouts range from $500 to $1,100.

These payments will continue until all qualified residents have received a payment at the end of the year.

Read More: Apply for the Child Are Tax Credit If You Need a Fourth Stimulus Check

In Maryland, the state’s poorest families will get $500 checks, while individuals would receive $300 payments.

For the next three years, there are also additional tax refunds available at the state level. Families with two children who earn less than $25,000 per year may be eligible for a $1,100 per year tax refund.

First responders and teachers in Florida may receive $1,000 payments.

The payments would assist around 175,000 teachers and 3,600 teachers and administrators.

Governor Ron DeSantis has also stated that any unvaccinated officer from New York, Minneapolis, or Seattle who wants to come to Florida might receive a $5,000 cash sign-on bonus.

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