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Middle-Class Tax Refund California Relief Checks To Be Issued This January

California Relief Checks To Be Issued This January
The FTB has reported that it expected almost 90% of direct deposits to be filed in October and about 95% of all MCTR paychecks, direct deposits, and debit cards, by the tip of the year. (Photo: KCRA)

The Middle-Class Refund debit card’s “vast majority” will be filed this January 14, 2023, based on the Franchise Tax Board’s data says KCRA.

California Relief Checks To Be Issued This January

The FTB has reported that it expected almost 90% of direct deposits to be filed in October and about 95% of all MCTR paychecks, direct deposits, and debit cards, by the tip of the year. (Photo: KCRA)

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The FTB has reported that it expected almost 90% of direct deposits to be filed in October and about 95% of all MCTR paychecks, direct deposits, and debit cards, by the tip of the year.

However, A representative reported to KCRA 3 that further cards will be filed after the 14th of January, the end date that has been listed on the State’s MCTR website.

Spokesperson Daniel Tahara said that this is a very big program. He said that they have given timeframes reflecting when they expected the greater number of payments to be filed with Golden State Stimulus.

He also added that those debit cards that will be filed after the 14th of January would reflect uncommon scenarios such as address differences recently brought to their attention and tax returns that need additional review before a payment can be filed.

California Relief Checks To Be Issued This January

The FTB has reported that it expected almost 90% of direct deposits to be filed in October and about 95% of all MCTR paychecks, direct deposits, and debit cards, by the tip of the year. (Photo: KCRA)

California Relief Checks Will Be Filed this mid-January, Are You Qualified?

Qualifications:
1. The resident must have filed their 2020 tax return by the 15th of October.
2. Resident must have met certain paycheck limits.
3. Must be a California resident for at least half a year.

Those who have filed for an individual taxpayer identification number or ITIN, however, did not get it by the 15th of October, they must have issued their 2020 tax return by the 15th of February.

 

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