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803,000 stimulus checks totaling $563 million sent this week, is one $1,100 check yours?

California residents can expect their second round of stimulus checks to be sent this week, 803,000 to be exact.

The checks total about $563 million and started going out Nov. 29.

800,000 checks totaling $561 million were sent according to The Sun.

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There are also 3,000 direct deposits this round worth $2.4 million.

Direct deposits can appear within a few business days and checks will take up to 3 weeks.

There have been around 3.5 million checks and 3.8 million direct deposits to date.

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The 7.1 million payments add up to about $5.1 billion dollars. 9 million payments are expected to be sent in all.

The checks will go out every two weeks until every eligible resident has gotten one.

The checks are worth $600 to $1,100 for residents earning $75,000 or less.

Those that were eligible for the first round but did not get one may get an additional $500.

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How do I qualify for a Golden State Stimulus check?

In order to qualify you must have filed your 2020 taxes by Oct. 15 of this year.

You must have an AGI of $1 to $75,000 for the year 2020.

Your wages must have been $0 to $75,000 for 2020.

You need to have been a California resident for at least half of 2020 as well as be a resident when the payment is issued.

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The way you’ll get the check will likely be the way you chose to receive your tax refund.

Direct deposits were mostly issued between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31. If you did not file your taxes until after Sept. 1 then you can expect an additional 45 day wait.

Paper checks are being sent based on the last three digits of your zip code.

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