Starting yesterday, Dec. 27, thousands of California state stimulus checks started going out to qualifying residents.
This is part of the final round of Golden State Stimulus II checks.
The checks are worth up to $1,100 and help provide low income families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Payments started going out in Oct., and the last payments will be sent by Jan. 11, 2022.
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In all the last round is worth $575 million.
Anyone expecting a paper check should give it up to three weeks to arrive after being mailed.
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Who gets the stimulus checks and when should I expect mine if I qualify?
In order to get the check, you must make between $1 and $75,000.
If Social Security is your only source of income you cannot qualify.
If you made at least $1 with self-employment income, tips, interest, dividends, rental income, retirement income and gains on a sale of a property while collecting Social Security, then you can qualify.
You must have been a resident in 2020 when you filed your taxes as well as when the payment is issued.
9 million people are expected to receive a check.
The payments are being sent based on zip code, and right now there are just two batches left still being sent.
These batches are for zip codes ending in 720-927 and 929-999.
Most of the direct deposits were sent between September and October.