New $600 stimulus check if you live in this state

Governor Gavin Newsom

New $600 stimulus check if you live in this state

Several million people will receive a new stimulus payment of $600 next month. Before you indulge in your ecstasy, there's a big caveat to add. We're referring to this stimulus check in California, exclusively for Golden State residents, where the recently approved $100 billion budget is made possible.

The benefits of the state budget deal signed into law in recent weeks by California Governor Gavin Newsom include millions of Californians who earn between $30,000 and $75,000 annually for $600. We should note that the payment extends California's stimulus efforts that already sent $600 stimulus checks to residents of the low-income state earlier this year.

California stimulus check coming in September

This also comes, of course, against the backdrop of the continued rollout of a stimulus check at the federal level. At the same time, Californians prepare to get a few hundred extra dollars from the state, the same also coming in the form of child tax credit payments.

During December, American families with eligible children receive a total of six monthly checks. These checks, for all practical purposes, are new stimulus payments. More specifically, they are partial down payments from the Federal Extended Child Tax Credit. Meanwhile, Stimulus Check 3 also continues to be rolled out by the federal government for $1,400 overall. Meanwhile, California's stimulus check is following the example of the latter - an actual one-off infusion of stimulus cash.

Another important note about California's efforts: The state budget also provides a $500 payment to families of undocumented immigrants. In addition to the parents of dependent children and their guardians.

Meanwhile, nearly 40 million people live in the state. Of those, about 26 million can expect to receive this new stimulus in California, according to estimates.

In a tweet, last month, Newsom's office hailed the effort as "the largest tax deduction in US history, which will go directly to middle-class Californians and their families." Among other aspects of California's new stimulus plan, the state is now offering the most extensive aid package to renters of any state in the United States. There is a total of $5.2 billion to help low-income renters, including landlords. The assistance is intended to cover 100% of the back rent, plus the expected rent several months into the future.

"California is back from this pandemic because we stand with you," the governor said in a news release. "In this spirit, we have used California's historic surplus to make historic investments... we provide direct relief to distressed families and the money in the pockets of small business owners across the state."

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