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Thousands set to receive stimulus checks worth $500, others see payments as property tax refunds


Stimulus checks have become a necessity for many, and some states are giving up to $500, while others are providing property tax refunds.

As inflation continues to rise, Americans need financial help more than ever.

The cost of gas, food, utilities and other daily necessities have increased significantly compared to before the pandemic began.

As people continue to struggle, the feds have made it clear that a fourth stimulus check is highly unlikely after sending out 3 through 2020 and 2021.

Where people feel it most, states step in and help residents.

Some states are giving stimulus checks worth $500 to $850 per resident

In the state of Massachusetts, residents who qualify are in line to receive a check for $500.

The checks go to around 300,000 essential workers who have low incomes, according to Marca.

Payments come from the Baker administration.

They will be sent out in batches, with the most recent out today, Monday, June 6, 2022.

This is happening as part of the state of Massachusetts’ COVID-19 Essential Employee Premium Pay program.

Governor Baker passed the legislation in December 2021 and it will be paid from the $4 billion in US bailout funding.

There are eligibility requirements to get this type of stimulus check from the state.

People wishing to claim the money must have lived in the state of Massachusetts by June 15, 2021.

Additionally, the person could have been a part-time resident between June 1, 2021 and June 15, 2021, according to the Boston Herald.

They must have earned at least $13,500 with an income below 300% of the federal poverty level.

The maximum income a single person can have to qualify is $36,640.

That number adds up to $52,260 for a family of two.

A three-person household cannot exceed $65,880 and a four-person household cannot exceed $79,500.

The first round went to 480,000, who will not be eligible for this round as they have already received one.

Massachusetts isn’t the only state to offer financial assistance to residents

Other states and stimulus checks are also being sent to residents.

Both Maine and New Mexico will send stimulus checks to residents during the month of June, according to The Ascent.

Maine residents will see payments totaling $850 if they have filed their 2021 tax returns.

Residents cannot have an income greater than $100,000 if single or $200,000 if married and filing jointly.

Dependents will not be eligible to receive a stimulus payment.

New Mexico sends $250 to single filers and $500 to joint filers.

A second payment of the same amount will be sent in August.

This means that the total amount for New Mexicans will be $500 or $1,000.

Other Americans could see stimulus payments in the form of property tax relief or financial relief for homeowners

The Homeowners Assistance Fund can send money to residents to help with the cost of owning a home during a financial crisis.

$10 billion was set aside and given to over 40 states to create HAF programs and distribute the money.

The money can be used for mortgages, home insurance and utilities.

In New York State, homeowners can expect to receive a property tax refund check from the homeowner sooner than expected.

The checks were supposed to be sent out before the school tax deadline, but residents are seeing them in June, according to the Times Union.

This comes just before the primary elections for the Assembly scheduled for June 28, 2022.

Legislatures, like Rep. Thomas Suozzi, say that decision is New York State Governor Kathy Hochul bribing residents ahead of the race.

Suozzi runs against Governor Hochul with New York City Public Attorney Jumaane Williams.

These property tax rebate checks were introduced in April and are part of a $2.2 billion budget.

The amount owners see depends on where their property is located and whether the owner receives the Enhanced STAR or the Basic STAR.

Those still waiting for their late tax refunds could finally see their $1,400 federal stimulus check

As Americans scramble to find ways to get financial help, there are still just under 10 million tax returns to process.

That means millions of Americans are still waiting for their tax refunds.

Some people have this $1,400 stimulus check that they claimed as a refund in these refunds.

Fortunately, the IRS is legally required to add interest to any refund that is 45 days or more overdue.

That may not be much of an incentive when it comes to taxpayers who just want to get their refund, even if they see a few hundred extra dollars.