While there are likely no federal stimulus checks being handed out in the near future, some states are still issuing payments or rebates in 2023.
Colorado residents who obtained an extension and filed their taxes by the Oct. 17, 2022, deadline will receive a $750 rebate, or $1,500 for joint filers, by Jan. 31. People who filed their 2021 taxes by April 15, 2022, likely already got their payments, but those who got the extension last year will receive the checks by late January.
The state advises Coloradans to visit the Department of Revenue PTC Rebate page to check their status.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed a $500 million measure last September that says that residents who filed their taxes in 2020 and 2021 can receive 10 percent of their tax return or $300, whichever is greater. Joint filers can receive up to $600.
The state isn’t finished sending out those payments and won’t be done until March 2023.
“The Tax Commission expects to send about 800,000 rebates totaling up to $500 million by the end of March 2023,” the Idaho State Tax Commission said last year in a news release.
Over $391M of inflation relief is back in the pockets of Idaho taxpayers thanks to our THIRD round of rebate checks this year.
Idahoans can expect our record of historic tax reform to continue in my second term as Governor. https://t.co/FeKR30QocT
— Brad Little (@GovernorLittle) November 30, 2022
New Jersey homeowners with incomes up to $150,000 per year will get a $1,500 tax rebate, officials said. Those with incomes between $150,000 and $250,000 get $1,000.
Renters, meanwhile, can get a $450 rebate as long as they do not earn more than $150,000 annually.
Payments are slated to go out in the first several months of 2023. Officials say people need to apply by the Jan. 31 deadline, however.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced legislation this week was filed in the state legislature to give more relief checks to New Mexicans.
“As prices remain high across the country, we can and we should take action to help more New Mexicans afford the things they need right now,” Lujan Grisham said. “As our state continues to see the results of our continued and targeted investments that have resulted in an unprecedented financial windfall, I look forward to working with the Legislature to put more money back in the pockets of New Mexico families.”
South Carolina approved rebate checks worth up to $800 in late 2022. People who filed their taxes before Oct. 17, 2022, should have received their checks already, according to the government.
But those who filed their taxes should obtain their money in March 2023, provided they file by Feb. 15.
“I’m pleased to announce that all of the eligible rebates in the first group are complete, and we have successfully issued more than 1.39 million rebates just in time for Christmas,” said South Carolina Department of Revenue Director Hartley Powell. “I am extremely grateful to our SCDOR employees and our partners at the State Treasurer’s Office who helped complete this enormous task on time and in smooth fashion.”
The deadline to apply for Delaware’s Relief Rebate was Dec. 15, 2022. Residents can go to the Use the Rebate Inquiry and Application page to check their status.
Individuals aged 18 and older, who filed income taxes in 2021, could have been eligible for a one-time payment of $300. Those who applied in late 2022 may see their checks arrive in 2023 from the Delaware Department of Finance.
Since 1971, Pennsylvania has had a program that assists seniors by sending out a refund of property taxes or rent paid for seniors. The maximum standard rebate is $650, although some can receive up to $975.
The application deadline is June 30, 2023.
California started sending out stimulus payments from its $9.5 billion Middle Class Tax Refund starting in late 2022. Those payments include refunds of up to $1,050.
By the end of last year, the California Franchise Tax Board issued about 7,020,930 direct deposits and 9,112,953 debit cards. The state had estimated that 18 million payments were sent by mid-January.
BEING FROM A STATE,,,,, MO. THAT IS FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE I RESENT BAILING OUT STATES THAT SPEND MONEY THAT ISN’T THEIRS TO GIVE AWAY !!!!
In California we have to pay tax on the payment as the EDD issues a 1099