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After Filing Taxes, Residents in These States Will Receive More Stimulus Checks

Although a fourth federal stimulus check is unlikely, consumers in several states may be eligible for more money after filing their taxes in 2021. Many states have enacted legislation that provides people with stimulus payments when they file their taxes. The deadline to file taxes for the year 2021 was April 18.

After filing taxes, some states are giving out stimulus checks.

Depending on your state, you may be eligible for additional money if you have already filed your 2021 taxes. Georgia, for example, enacted a bill in March that delivers stimulus payments to qualified people after they file their taxes.

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In a statement, Governor Brian Kemp’s office said, “HB 1302 will give a one-time tax credit for taxpayers who filed income tax returns for both the 2020 and 2021 taxable years.”

According to the governor’s office, the state’s department of revenue will pay out additional credit once residents file their 2021 taxes. Eligible taxpayers may receive $250, while married couples may receive $500 (heads of household filers may receive $375).

“I believe that when the government collects more money than it needs, those dollars should be returned to the taxpayer because it is your money, not the government’s,” Kemp previously stated.

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After Filing Taxes, Residents in These States Will Receive More Stimulus Checks

A similar law exists in Indiana, which provides eligible state residents with a “$125 Automatic Taxpayer Refund” once they file their 2021 taxes.

In December, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb first revealed that roughly 4.3 million taxpayers will receive a $125 refund when they file their 2021 taxes.

“After the tax-filing deadline passes on April 18, the Department of Revenue, in collaboration with the Auditor of State’s Office, will begin issuing refunds via direct deposit or by mailing a paper check,” the governor’s office of Indiana announced earlier this month.

In March, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham approved legislation to provide residents with a tax refund once they complete their taxes. According to the proposal, single taxpayers will receive a $250 one-time tax rebate, while married filers will receive $500.

Proposals from other states that are similar

Idaho is also giving additional money to people, with $350 million set aside for this purpose. The only way to get the money is to file tax returns for 2020 and 2021. Residents of Idaho who filed grocery-credit refund returns are also entitled to money. The funds will equal $75 or 12% of Idaho state taxes paid in 2020, whichever is larger.

If Gov. Phil Murphy’s new proposal is accepted, some New Jersey citizens could get more money. Last year, Murphy and the state legislature passed budget measures to provide up to $500 in one-time rebate cheques to nearly 1 million families.

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The governor has suggested an additional $53 million deliver $500 stimulus cheques to taxpayers who file their taxes using a taxpayer identification number rather than their Social Security number. This means that nonresident and resident aliens and their spouses and dependents would get the majority of the payout.

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