Although the stimulus and tax rebate programs already ended in 2022, a large amount of money is expected to reach United States citizens during this year 2023. In addition, multiple states are still sending out payments for help in the new year that began just a few days ago.
The new 2023 payments should arrive early in the new year, however, they may be delayed a few days into January in some cases. Even so, the payments should be received in these first days of the month. Do you want to know which states will provide help to residents in each of them? We tell you about it below.
California: up to 1,050
California’s Middle-Class Tax Relief payment has been sent out in separate batches since October. More than 15million Californians have been issued relief, either as direct deposits or prepaid debit cards, according to the state’s Franchise Tax Board. Payments range from $200 to $1,050 depending on filing and income status.
Beneficiaries who signed up for direct deposit but changed their banking information after 2020 may still be waiting for a prepaid card with their payment. The state has been sending cards to this group since December 17 and it intends to finish by January 14.
Coloradans who filed their 2021 tax return by the extended deadline of October 17 may still be waiting for their relief mailed relief checks. The Colorado Cash Back program gives $750 to solo filers and $1500 to joint filers regardless of income.
Colorado plans on sending out all checks by January 31.
Idahoans had until New Year’s Eve to file their 2021 taxes and claim their rebates. The state’s program gives $300 to solo filers and $600 to joint filers or 10 percent of a filers tax amount in 2020, whichever is larger.
An additional bonus rebate provides each taxpayer and dependent $75 or 12 percent of the filers tax bill in 2020, whichever is bigger. Those who filed just before the deadline can expect their rebate in early 2023. The state is sending out roughly 75,000 payments per week.
Pennsylvania: up to $1,658
Pennsylvania is offering multiple rebates for older, low-income renters and property owners. The maximum combined payment is $1,657.50 depending on income, living situation and filing status.
The extended deadline to apply for the rebate passed on December 31, with the final remaining payments being sent out on a first come first serve basis in early 2023.
South Carolina: up to $800
South Carolina has been sending out relief payments of up to $800 since the fall. The ultimate refund amount depends on your tax liability from 2021.
While the original deadline to submit your 2021 tax return and claim the rebate passed on October 17, the state extended the deadline to February 15, 2023, due to Hurricane Ian. Those who file by the February deadline should receive their check the following month.