With inflation continuing to rise, some states have decided to follow the lead of the federal government and send residents stimulus checks.
There appears to be no opportunity for another stimulus check from the federal government.
To help offset rising costs of groceries, energy bills, and gas, states have taken it upon themselves to help their residents.
There are current 11 states giving their residents stimulus payments
California Governor Gavin Newsom has proposed a bill that would offset gas prices.
For each household, car owners would receive $400 prepaid debit cards for up to two cars.
If passed, cards will go out as early as July.
Stimulus: Could you see up to $550?
Georgia is sending its residents stimulus payments worth $250-$500.
Single taxpayers would get $250, head of household filers would see $375, and joint filers would see $500.
Hawaii has proposed a $100 stimulus payment for each resident.
Stimulus: Cash worth up to $850 going out in these 10 states
Those earning under $100,000 could see $300, and those over would see $100.
Idaho residents will see a rebate worth $75 or 12% of their 2020 tax bill.
Illinois is giving a rebate worth $100 per adult and $50 per dependent.
Indiana will be giving stimulus refunds to residents who filed taxes prior to Jan. 3, 2022 worth $125.
Maine is sending $850 to singles earning under $100,000, head of households earning under $150,000, and married couples earning $200,000.
New Jersey is sending one time payments worth $500 to families.
New Mexico is sending a stimulus check worth $250 for individuals and $500 for married couples with an income of $75,000 and $150,000 respectively.
The state of New York created a property tax relief package that saves up to $970 as well as suspending $0.16 in gas tax until 2023.
Finally, Virginia has proposed a suspension of the state gas tax and elimination of the state grocery tax.
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