Some Americans will be lucky enough to see some extra cash just before the holiday season.
Many states have taken on the responsibility of helping some of their low-income residents.
While a federal stimulus check doesn’t appear to be coming anytime soon, local governments have created their own programs to decide who qualifies and how much they will be paid.
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The following states all pay stimulus cash to certain residents
Arizona has created a return to work program for its unemployed residents.
If they return to work part time, they are entitled to $ 1,000. If they go back to work full time, they can get $ 2,000.
California is in the process of sending its Golden State Stimulus II checks to eligible residents.
Those who filed their 2020 taxes before October 15 and earn between $ 30,000 and $ 75,000 will see a check worth $ 600 or $ 1,100 depending on their household.
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Connecticut has also created a back-to-work program.
This program pays $ 1,000 to people who return to work between May 30, 2021 and December 31, 2021.
Residents must have obtained a job and elements such as the duration of your unemployment or the date of your application are taken into account.
Florida and Georgia are giving teachers and principals who worked during the pandemic payments of $ 1,000.
Residents of Idaho may be eligible for a one-time tax refund of $ 248.
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Maryland residents who claimed an income tax credit were able to obtain checks worth $ 300 and $ 500.
New Hampshire families of three with no income received checks valued at $ 1,086.
In New Mexico, relief claims were reopened to those who could not qualify in August for checks of $ 750.
Ohio students could get financial relief with the $ 46 million earmarked for grants.
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$ 13 million has been set aside in Oklahoma to pay their student teachers.
Tennessee passed a law that would grant bonuses of $ 500 to $ 1,000 to part-time and full-time teachers and employees of public schools.
Vermont will cover up to $ 7,500 in moving expenses for those moving to the state for hospitality or construction jobs.
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