Stimulus update: Residents in California who have yet to receive up to $1,050 to help offset the costs of rising inflation rates should expect the next wave of payments by the end of December.
According to ABC 10 News, officials plan to begin delivering more of the state’s Middle-Class Tax Refund payments during December, sending approximately $9.5 billion to California citizens via direct payments.
Payments can be supplied via direct deposit or as a prepaid debit card, which may take several weeks to arrive.
Although the state began sending out payments in October, some residents have yet to receive their checks or debit cards.
Residents with last names beginning with the letters N through V, on the other hand, could expect to get their compensation by December 31.
Any unpaid bills should be received before the end of January.
Residents must have filed their 2020 tax returns by the deadline of Oct. 15, 2021, and cannot be designated as a dependent to be eligible for the payouts. The amount of the payment will vary depending on your marital status and annual salary.
Married couples filing jointly may earn $400 to $1,050, while heads of the household may receive $200 to $700, depending on income and number of dependents.