This Friday thousands of Americans will be getting another stimulus check.
California is sending 784,000 families checks that equate to $555 million collectively.
Nov. 12, 34,000 bank accounts will have check deposited into them according to the California Franchise Tax Board.
There will also be an additional 750,000 paper checks being mailed starting Monday Nov. 15.
The checks could take a few weeks to arrive, and direct deposits may take a few days.
5.65 million checks have been sent, and 3.35 million still need to go out.
The checks will go out every two weeks until every California resident who qualifies gets one.
Checks are expected to be finished by the end of 2021.
The checks are going to individuals earning under $75,000 per year in the form of $600 for individuals and $1,100 for those with dependents.
To qualify for the Golden State Stimulus II check, you must have filed a 2020 tax return by Oct. 15, make $75,000 or less, be a resident of California for at least half of the 2020 year and be a current resident when payments are issued.
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