Incentive payments and discounts to get into bank accounts next month

Several states send out stimulus checks or tax rebates in September, despite near-historic inflation.

Recent federal government data shows that the consumer price index, a key inflation measure, remained relatively high at 8.5 percent in July. Although it was still 9.1 percent in June, it represents a high not seen in about four decades.


Alaskans can expect to see up to $3,200 per person deposited into bank accounts on Sept. 20, including a $650 payment meant to offset increased fuel costs, according to a government announcement last month.

It will be a one-time payment to all eligible Alaskans whose applications are approved on September 9. People who have filed a paper application or requested a paper check will be distributed around October 3.

“Alaskans, especially in rural communities, will have to pay extraordinarily high fuel and heating bills this winter, and rampant inflation is forcing all Alaskan families to pay more for basic necessities, such as food and medicine,” Governor Mike Dunleavy said in a statement. program.


In Illinois, the Illinois Family Relief Plan provides payments for people. Single filers receive $50 and joint filers receive $100. Families with dependents can get up to $300, according to the state.

Those payments will be sent on Sept. 12, the state said on its website.

Eligible people must be residents of Illinois in 2021 and the adjusted gross income on your 2021 Form IL-1040 must be less than $400,000 as a joint applicant or less than $200,000 as a single applicant, the website says. .


According to the state, eligible employees under the Minnesota Frontline Worker Payments Program are eligible for incentive payments worth $750.

According to the state, frontline workers work in health care, long-term care, emergency services, schools, retail, childcare and public transportation. Applications for the payments were open between June 8 and July 22.

Those who signed up will get payments that start in September and end in October, officials told CBS News.


According to the state government’s website, Indiana residents can receive tax credits of up to $650. The checks were scheduled to ship in August, but were delayed due to paper shortages.

“With about 50,000 checks printed per day, their office expects all 1.7 million refund checks to be sent by early October,” the government site said.

Individual taxpayers can get $325 and couples filing jointly get $650.


Colorado residents who filed their 2021 tax returns before June 30 can get a check for $750 on September 30, according to the 1992 taxpayer. Joint filers will receive up to $1,500, the state said.

Residents will receive a Colorado Cash Back discount by Sept. 30, 2022, according to the state website. Extended applicants who have a deadline of October 17 will receive their discount on January 31, 2023.

Jack Phillips


Jack Phillips is a breaking news reporter at The Epoch Times in New York.

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