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Stimulus Checks: US Citizens In 4 States Will Get Bonus And Automatic Cash – See If You’re Eligible


Millions of US citizens could receive economic stimulus aid via check or deposited directly into their accounts, reports Some of the aid packages could amount to $1000. The citizens must thank the budget surpluses and state tax laws for receiving the latest bounty in aid stimulus. Some of the payments will be sent automatically with no additional action on the part of the citizens.


The State of California had given its taxpayers $12 billion under the State Stimulus program in 2021. Residents of the State could be receiving another round of stimulus checks post a budget proposal in the state legislature.

Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a budget of $286.4billion for the upcoming year. Notably, it also featured an excess of more than $45.7billion. It was much more than the projected $31billion in late 2021. Gov. Newsom hinted that there could be another round of stimulus checks in the offing.


Florida had set bonus stimulus checks to its teachers. Pre-Kindergarten to 12th Grade teachers was given bonus stimulus checks worth $1000. This year Florida is going to repeat the bonus payments to teachers. Governor Ron DeSantis has made another $1,000 payment for teachers in this year’s budget. In all, 175,000 teachers and 3,600 principals have benefited from the payouts.


The State, by its law, is required to refund taxpayers if the reserves minus education total more than 12.5 percent of the available funding pot. Therefore, the residents of Indiana are to receive a $125 stimulus after they file their 2021 tax returns. Indiana State has $4billion in reserves, equal to 23 percent of its general fund. Therefore, taxpayers will see the $125 stimulus payments arrive via direct deposit or paper check.

New York

Workers from New York City who became unemployed during the pandemic and could not receive their stimulus checks due to immigration issues can apply for the same under the Excluded Workers Fund in 2021.

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