With the increased prices for food and shelter in the last year many U.S. state governments are looking for ways to help their residents with their household costs. In the following 17 states you might be eligible for an inflation-relief check from the government.
In California the available tax rebate will be for those with an income of $250,000 or less, or in the case of couples less than $500,000. It will amount to up to $1,050.
In Colorado individual filers can get $750, while joint filers can get a check of $1,500.
The Delaware Relief Rebate Program will be sending residents a $300 relief check for individuals and $600 for joint filers.
Florida has announced a $450 stimulus check for low-income earners.
Georgia will be giving up to $375 for individual filers and $500 for joint filers.
In Hawaii depending on your 2021 income, the stimulus check received will defer. Family size will also affect the amount received.
In Idaho a bonus rebate of up to $300 for individual filers and $600 for joint filers is available.
In Illinois, single filers can get $50 and joint filers can get up to $100. There is also a $300 rebate for homeowners.
In Indiana, a rebate of $125 for single filers and $250 for joint filers will be available.
In Maine, there is an $850 relief check that can be mailed to eligible individuals and households.
The rebates will amount to up to 13% of each resident’s 2021 income tax liability according to recent reports.
New Jersey offers a tax credit of up to $500 for each child under 6. There are also rebates for property taxes and rent.
In New Mexico, a $500 rebate is available to joint filers and a $250 is available for single filers.
Homeowners can receive a tax rebate that averages $1,050. There are also income-based rebates available.
Bonus rebates are available based on age, marital status, and for those with disabilities.
South Carolina has a rebate of up to $700.
Virginia offers a one-time rebate of $250 for single filers and $500 for joint filers.