There are seven states still offering stimulus cash, and with child tax credit payments ending, it’s much needed.
The last payment for child tax credits went out Dec. 15.
Whether you qualify varies from state to state.
What type of stimulus and how to get it varies as well.
Here are 7 states still offering stimulus payments
California is in the middle of sending out their second round of Golden State Stimulus checks.
The most recent batch totaled 794,000 paper checks worth $568 million in all.
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That batch is for zip codes ending in 720-927.
Eligible residents need to have filed their taxes by Oct. 15 and made less than $75,000 in 2020.
Connecticut has a Back to Work program that started May 30 and will go to Dec. 31.
The payments are worth $1,000 and eligibility depends on when you applied for unemployment, how long you received benefits, and when you got a job.
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Florida is sending teachers a one time payment of $1,000.
Around 175,000 teachers and 3,600 principals will benefit from the payment.
New Hampshire is giving checks worth $1,086 to families of three with no income.
New Mexico has reopened their applications for the state’s stimulus program.
Those that did not qualify over the summer can apply now. The checks in Aug. were worth $750.
Tennessee is paying full time teachers $1,000 and part time teachers $500.
Teachers in Rutherford County Schools are being given checks between Oct. 1 and Dec. 17.
If teachers stay until March they can see another bonus, and then another one in May.
Vermont is willing to cover up to $7,500 in moving expenses for those willing to relocate due to job loss in the hospitality or construction industries.
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