Some residents of certain states may see a stimulus check worth up to $1,000 or more ahead of the holiday.
Americans are calling on President Joe Biden for an additional stimulus check. While that has yet to happen, some states are stepping in to take care of residents.
36 million Americans are slated to receive their final advanced payment for the child tax credit.
The final check will be deposited Dec. 15.
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Arizona is offering its jobless residents a chance at a cash bonus for returning to work.
People that return part time are eligible for $1,000. Those returning full time could see checks for $2,000.
California has already begun sending checks for their Golden State Stimulus II program.
To qualify, residents needed to file their 2020 tax return by Oct. 15.
With a salary of $30,000 to $75,000, residents can get up to $1,100 if they’re over 18 with dependents.
Checks for zip codes ending in 585-719 started going out today, Nov. 29.
Paper checks may take up to three weeks to arrive.
Connecticut also started their own Back to Work program that has paid qualifying people $1,000 for going back to work.
The checks started May 30, 2021, and are set to end Dec. 31.
Qualifications are more in depth and depend on when you applied for unemployment as well as how long you’ve collected on it.
Florida and Georgia are both paying teachers and principals who stayed dedicated to their work during the pandemic $1,000.
New Hampshire is sending checks worth $1,086 to families of three that do not have an income.
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