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Do you have a newborn baby? Here’s how some parents can get a $50 stimulus payment

Some Americans can qualify for a $50 stimulus payment if they have a newborn child.

There are various programs throughout the country that help families still struggling from the financial blows caused by the pandemic.

This $50 dollar payment is available to new parents in Massachusetts.

Related: Between $1,502 and $5,980 in stimulus payments to go out in 2022, here’s how to qualify

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This $50 payment is very specific and given in a way to benefit the child’s future.

For any child that was born or adopted after Jan. 1, 2020, they may be eligible for a $50 deposit into a U.Fund 529 College Investing Plan account.

Other ways Americans can get stimulus cash

While many states are giving money based on family size or income, others are focusing on employment.

Qualifying Americans can still apply for stimulus checks worth $500, see if you’re eligible


Connecticut has a Back to Work program that will pay qualifying residents who returned to work between May 30, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021.

Residents need to have obtained and kept a job to qualify.

The requirements are also specific about when you applied for unemployment, and how long you collected it.

California is in the middle of sending out their second Golden State Stimulus check to residents.

Related: Child tax credit payments have ended, but stimulus checks will continue being sent into 2022

9 million people are estimated to be benefitting from the program.

Florida is giving teachers a one time payment of $1,000 for their dedication during the pandemic.

Around 175,000 teachers and 3,600 principals will benefit from the program.

Maine started its own stimulus program that’s sending payments worth $285 to over 500,000 qualifying residents.

Eligible filers must make below $75,000 if filing single and $150,000 if filing jointly.

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