Stimulus checks: Check those dates on your calendar now

Stimulus checks: Mark those dates on your calendar now

Nearly 10 million Americans are still eligible to receive COVID-19 relief checks.

Americans across the board are feeling the negative side effects of inflation, and as a result, many are getting deeper into debt to help see taxpayers through these trying times; some states are still offering stimulus relief in 2023.

Some states have pending stimulus payments, while others will still accept eligible tax returns and applications.

Here are the other states with stimulus due this year (and in what form) and the relevant dates eligible residents should mark on their calendars.

Alaska: March 31

Eligible Alaskans have until March 31 to apply online or in person for the Permanent Fund Dividend Program. The program identifies applicants who receive a portion of the investment proceeds from the mineral proceeds. It's also good to know that any apps marked "eligible - not paid" by April 12 are due to be distributed on April 20.

South Carolina: March 31

Eligible residents can expect a check for up to $800 in March if they file their 2021 tax return after October 17, 2022, and before February 15.

Massachusetts: September 15

The Massachusetts 62F Tax Refund Program allows eligible taxpayers to receive a refund of just over 14% of their state income tax for the 2021 tax year. If you filed your 2021 tax return before September 15 and were eligible for the program, you can expect to receive your refund about a month after Submission.

New Jersey: May

If you are a New Jersey resident and filed an ANCHOR property tax credit before February 28, you can expect your payment no later than May. Eligible renters of the property will receive $450, and homeowners up to $1,500.

New Mexico: May 31

Although the 2022 deductions have been distributed mostly to New Mexico residents, there is still a chance to claim your deduction if you still need to file your 2021 tax return. Residents applying before May 31 can qualify for rebates of $500 or up to $1,000, depending on their enrollment status.

Maine: June 30

If you are a Maine resident and file a personal income tax return by October 31, 2022, and meet the income requirements, you may be eligible for Winter Energy Subsidy payments. If your income is less than $100,000 or $150,000 as head of household, you will receive $450 if you qualify. Eligible married couples filing jointly who make less than $200,000 can expect a payment of $900. Contact your state tax inspection if you are eligible and get compensation after June 30. They will have until September 30 to send relief payments due.

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