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Payments of Up to $1050 in California and $1500 in Colorado Have Been Approved

As politicians unveil a fresh stimulus package to reduce U.S. inflation and its effects on citizens, several states are releasing an updated stimulus check.

After the United States saw its highest 12-month inflation rate since 1981, Newsweek reported that an update to the stimulus check was released. In the upcoming months, economic experts foresee the nation entering a recession.

The United States’ most recent economic crisis began in December 2007 and lasted until June 2009. Since World War II, the 2007-2009 recession in the United States was regarded as the longest since then.

Several states, including Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, New Jersey, South Carolina, and Virginia, have pledged to offer their population stimulus payments of varying amounts.

Stimulus Check Update Colorado

Colorado has announced a tax rebate for its inhabitants, with Gov. Jared Polis signing legislation that would provide a $750 tax rebate for solo filers and a $1,500 tax credit for joint filers this summer, according to a statement from the state’s Department of Revenue.


The message indicated that residents who have already filed their income tax returns will get their Colorado Cash Back check by September 30.

In the meanwhile, the Colorado Department of Revenue indicated that tax refunds for people who were granted an extended filing deadline of October 17, 2022, will be issued on January 31, 2023.

Director of Communications for the Colorado House Democrats, Jarrett Freedman, stated that they are certain that the rebate checks will grow.

According to a report from National Interest, the initial value of Colorado tax rebates was $500 for single filers and $1,000 for joint filers.

Rep. Tony Exum, the bill’s sponsor, stated that the state’s economic recovery allows them to give even more money back to taxpayers to assist them in affording the cost of living and basic requirements.

Update on California’s Stimulus

About 23 million California residents would receive “inflation relief” cheques, the state of California said weeks ago.

The $308 billion state budget signed by Governor Gavin Newsom includes funding for the distribution of stimulus cheques to citizens. As reported by CBS News, citizens are reportedly receiving up to $1,050 in stimulus cheques.

The stimulus payments distributed in California are part of a $17 billion aid package. In addition to suspending the sales tax on diesel fuel, the California relief package will also provide rent and utility assistance.

The California stimulus payment will be funded by the state’s budget of more than $97 billion.
Update on New Mexico’s Stimulus.

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Individual taxpayers in New Mexico are projected to earn $250, while married couples filing jointly will receive $500 in response to inflation.

According to U.S. News, individuals can get up to $750 and couples can receive up to $1,500 in three instalments between June and August.

In addition, a per-child annual tax credit of up to $175 will be provided, based on the income of the family.

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