States Giving Out More Stimulus Money
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Below are states that are giving out stimulus money.
California has authorized payments of $600 to qualifying taxpayers in the state who make under $75,000. An additional $500 is also available for dependents. Disbursement is expected to begin in September, 2021.
In Florida, only first responders and educators are eligible for a fourth stimulus check. This stimulus check will come in the form of a $1,000 payment.
Residents of New Mexico who were not eligible for the federal stimulus checks can receive a payment from their local government. A total of $5 million was set aside to make payments (up to $750 per household), with the money going to the lowest income state residents first. Residents must apply through the YesNM Portal and have a driver’s license number, Social Security number, or Taxpayer Identification number.
The state of New York created a $2.1 billion fund to provide payments of up to $15,600 for workers who are undocumented and who were thus excluded from receiving federal stimulus relief. Recipients must be New York residents, have lost earnings due to the pandemic, and have made less than $26,208 in 2020.
The state of Texas isn’t providing stimulus checks, but some local school districts are. Specifically, school employees in Denton will receive a $500 retention bonus along with a pay increase of 2% if they return for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. And those who work in Irving will get a $2,000 retention bonus. Several other districts have voted to approve pay raises but not direct stimulus payments.