Payments come in these 14 states | – Community News
Stimulus Check

Payments come in these 14 states |

A number of states in the US have sent surprise incentive checks to certain residents in the past year.

The bonus money was distributed to groups, including teachers and parents, after three payments were sent as part of Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan.

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The money is the result of individual programs set up by state leaders for the benefit of the people who live there.

Each local government determines who qualifies for the checks and how much they will receive.

The States That Offer These Stimulant Checks

In Arizona, unemployed residents were able to take advantage of the state’s return to work program. Those who returned to work part-time were eligible for $1,000.

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California offered the Golden State Stimulus to residents who had to file their 2020 tax returns by October 15. About half of the 9 million residents received their checks on October 31, and the remaining checks are sent by mail.

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced the Back to Work program for $1,000 in stimulus checks, beginning May 30, 2021, which will run through December 31, 2021.

In Florida, teachers and principals would receive $1,000 in incentive money for their commitment to education during the pandemic.

In Georgia, teachers and principals would receive $1,000 in incentive money for their commitment to education during the pandemic.

Maryland residents received their statewide incentive check in August, only if the person filed their earned income tax credit.

A check for $1,086 was available to families of three with no income in New Hampshire.

Ohio students may be able to receive aid in the form of scholarships worth $46 million.

In Tennessee, officials passed legislation earlier in 2021 to pay a $1,000 bonus for full-time public school employees and $500 for part-time public school employees.

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