- Learn about states that issue stimulus checks or tax refunds to their residents as relief from high prices and inflation.
For several months, inflation in the United States has been at its highest levels since the early 1980s. According to the most recent summary of the Consumer Price Index, the annual rate of inflation stood at 8.3% in August.
That is why several US states have approved the issuance of stimulus checks or tax refunds to provide relief to their residents.
Stimulus checks for residents: which states will issue them and how to sign up
Beginning in October and ending in January 2023, the California Middle Class Tax Refund of up to $1,050 will be sent. Here we share more details and eligibility requirements.
In South Carolina, income tax refunds of $100 to $800 have been approved and will be sent in late November or December.
Residents who have filed their 2021 return before June 30 of this year will receive a check for $750 or $1,500 for couples during September.
The state continues to send $300 stimulus checks to residents who filed their 2020 tax returns.
Residents who filed their tax year 2021 tax return may be eligible for one-time payments of $100 to $300, which are scheduled to be sent this month or in October.
Through the income and property tax refund, some residents will receive $50 to $300 this month.
Taxpayers who have filed their 2021 state returns and have an adjusted gross income of less than $100,000 are eligible for a direct relief payment of $850 ($1,700 for couples).
Certain Minnesota frontline workers will receive a one-time payment of $750.
Thanks to the Property/Rent Tax Refund Program, payments of $650 continue for some seniors and people with disabilities.
Later this month, Virginia taxpayers will receive one-time checks of $250 or $500 for married couples.
We recommend that you check the eligibility requirements in your state. In the case of tax refunds, these are usually sent automatically to the taxpayers who filed their returns.