States have stepped up to provide people with a fourth check-in 2022, even though the federal government has stopped disbursing stimulus funds. In total, 87 million people will benefit from stimulus payments in four states, according to Marca, which cites a source familiar with the matter.
In order to help undocumented workers who were unable to collect prior federal stimulus checks, a stimulus fund worth over $2 billion has been approved. Marca claims that people earning less than $26,208 per year in 2020 had received the money. In 2022, this initiative will be expanded.
In 2022, citizens of Indiana could be eligible for further funding. Indiana’s state government, according to Marca, posted a large surplus last year, and the government now wants to give taxpayers a tax return of about $125.
KTLA reports that California Governor Gavin Newsom has proposed a $286 billion budget for the 2022 fiscal year. There will be no more Golden State Stimulus checks in this year’s budget, but the state will have to decide what to do with its budget surplus, which might mean additional tax rebates.
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According to Governor Ron DeSantis, teachers in Florida may get a stimulus payment of up to $1,000 this year. This payment will go to around 177,000 Florida educators and administrators. $600 million will be used to raise the minimum wage for teachers from $40,500 to $47,500.