Fourth stimulus check – $ 1,000 ‘back-to-work’ payments will be issued THIS WEEK
Fourth stimulus check – $ 1,000 ‘back-to-work’ payments will be issued THIS WEEK

Fourth stimulus check – $ 1,000 ‘back-to-work’ payments will be issued THIS WEEK

STIMULUS payments worth $ 1,000 will be sent out this week to Connecticut residents.

Applicants who qualify for the state-funded “Back to Work” plan will begin receiving $ 1,000 this week.


Some Connecticut residents are eligible for $ 1,000 checks under the Back to Work plan.

The federal government has not announced plans to send a fourth round of stimulus check. In May, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that was it up to the legislators in Congress to decide whether a new round of controls will be introduced.

That same month, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont introduced Back to Work level.

The plan is funded by Connecticuts Coronavirus Relief Fund. Eligible applicants coming out of long-term unemployment will receive a $ 1,000 check after confirming eight weeks back in the workforce.

The funding will allow for distribution to an estimated 10,000 potential recipients.

Checks arrive just as federal unemployment benefits end. After 18 months, federal unemployment cuts officially end on September 6th.

It is reported that more than 11 million people will be affected after the Labor Day weekend.

Some states, including Alaska, Missouri, Mississippi, Iowa, Idaho, Nebraska, North Dakota, West Virginia, and Wyoming, already suspended the additional emergency aid earlier this summer.

Connecticut, however, is one of nearly a dozen states that have introduced additional stimulus payments.

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According to Yahoo! Finance, California, Colorado, Maryland and New Mexico have all sent additional stimulus checks to residents. Georgia, Michigan, Tennessee and Texas all provided supplementary payments to teachers.

Future stimulus payments are likely to be funded by a corporation tax increase. Democrats support raising the current 21 percent corporate interest rate to 28 percent. The inspection could fund two additional $ 1,400 stimulus checks.

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