As part of a state programme to help residents cope with inflation, Californians can anticipate receiving direct payments up to $1,050.
Those Californians who qualify will receive their Middle Class Tax Refund between Monday and New Year's Eve.
The state government's website states that the last waves of this payment,
which include direct deposits and state-issued debit cards, will be made by the end of January.
Other recipients of direct deposits who changed their banking information after filing their 2020 tax returns are still waiting for their money.
They will get paid sometime between December 17 and January 14.
Single filers without dependents who make between $125,000 and $250,000 will receive a payment of $200.
This is less than what some other filers might receive.
A $200 payment will be made to single filers without dependents who earn between $125,000 and $250,000.
According to California's Franchise Tax Board, debit card payments for the Middle Class Tax Refund will be mailed to everyone else who is eligible for this payment.