A new round of Golden State Stimulus checks will most likely be included in a May review of the state’s spending request, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The Golden State Stimulus, which is divided into two parts: Stimulus I and Stimulus II, has so far been the friendliest for its inhabitants. On October 31, Stimulus II checks worth between $600 and $1,100 were expected to arrive. Some people who filed their taxes late or expected to receive real money may receive their new stimulus check in December instead.
Are you eligible to receive stimulus checks?
Californians are receiving stimulus checks under the Golden State Stimulus II program, which will distribute more than 800,000 checks totaling $575 million to eligible residents.
California residents who are eligible for a payment will receive up to $1,100, with the CFT board saying the next wave of payments will be primarily postal checks.
Between December 18 and December 31, a total of 9,000 direct deposits totaling just over $6 million resulted in the issuance of approximately 794,000 paper checks totaling $568 million.
According to a spokeswoman, more than $8 billion in Golden State Stimulus II payments have been made or announced in California, totaling $5.8 billion.
You may be eligible for financial assistance through the Golden State Stimulus II program, which awards stimulus payments ranging from $600 to $1,100 if you earned less than $75,000 on your 2020 tax return. Workers who don’t are not eligible for a Social Security Number (SSN) can apply for an ITIN instead. It allows them to work in California under specific restrictions.
If you meet the criteria, you will have until February 15, 2022 to pay taxes and get your Golden State Stimulus Check using your ITIN.