This year in 2023 few states are still sending payments to their residents in a handful of tax rebate checks or other stimulus payments.
Stimulus Checks 2023
Stimulus payments are still being sent in 2023. Originally US government provides stimulus packages to every state that could be distributed to the population to help to keep people and businesses afloat during the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, as millions of households either fell into poverty or suffered a sharp decline in their income.
In most states, the stimulus has now run out, but in others that took longer to distribute the money, there are still some that will be handed out in 2023.
States That Are Still Giving Out Stimulus Money
Here is the list of some states that are still giving out stimulus money in 2023:
- Middle-Class Tax Refund up to $1,050 depending on income, filing status, and dependents will be mailed in December and into 2023. Payments started mailing out in October but will continue this year. Moreover, You can find more information and payment dates here.
- For those Coloradans who filed their 2021 Colorado taxes by the October 17 deadline, they may still be waiting for their rebate payment which should arrive before January 31 and is worth $750 for singles and $1500 for joint filers. For more Colorado taxes information see the Colorado State Tax Guide.
- Governor Brad Little of Idaho approved 2022 Special Session rebates that will be paid out by the end of March 2023. The amount of the rebate is greater than 10 percent of a taxpayer’s 2020 income tax liability, 300 dollars for single filers or 600 dollars for joint filers. Here is more information on how to qualify and how to claim.
- Massachusetts began mailing refunds to taxpayers of approximately 14% of their state tax liability in November. To be eligible for personal income taxes should pay the 2021 taxes and submit a 2021 state tax return on or before September 15, 2023. Furthermore, here are more details.
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