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California Residents Will Receive $1100 Stimulus Checks – Details Inside

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California Residents Will Receive $1100 Stimulus Checks- Details Inside

More than 800,000 California residents will receive stimulus checks worth $575 million soon. Eligible residents will receive checks worth $1,100 each. The California government will issue these checks as a part of Golden State Stimulus II.

The US Sun reports that the beneficiaries will receive payments through mails. The first round of payments on December 10 included around 9,000 direct deposits. The cumulative amount in the first round of payments was $6 million. The remaining $794,000 will be sent in the form of checks through the mail by December 31.

The Checks Will Help California Residents Recover After Pandemic

California Residents Will Receive $1,100 Stimulus Checks- Check Details.

The California government will issue checks to more than eight million eligible residents. The government will provide checks worth $5.8 billion to the citizens. The Golden State Stimulus payments were introduced in 2021 to aid the people who faced the wrath of the covid-19 pandemic.

The US Sun quoted the State Controller and Franchise Tax Board chair Betty T. Yee. He said in May, “The Golden State Stimulus will provide a measure of relief to California taxpayers deeply affected by the pandemic; this stimulus, combined with the California Earned Income Tax Credit, will provide hundreds or even thousands of dollars to many individuals and families in need.”

The taxpayers who filed the 2020 tax returns were eligible to receive the first round of payments. The deadline for the tax filing was October 15, 2021. The beneficiaries should have an Adjusted Gross Income (CA AGI) between $1 to $75,000 for 2020.

The threshold wage limit for eligible residents is $75,00 for 2020. In addition to the income criteria, the individuals should be California residents at least for the half of 2020 and on the date of payments.

The Date Of Payment Is Based On The Zip Code

The beneficiaries will receive the checks based on their area zip codes. The residents with a zip code between 720-927 will receive the current batch of the payments; the last set of payments are scheduled between December 27 and January 11.

The residents with the zip code between 928-999 are the beneficiaries of the previous round of checks. In addition to the Golden State Stimulus payments, the residents will also benefit from various other checks by the end of 2021 and throughout 2022.

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  1. Marlene Abdelnour

    December 16, 2021 at 5:41 PM

    I’ve been a resident of California for over 30 years sent out my taxes last spring for 2020
    Income way below $75,000 became social security recipient in July of 2020 and still didn’t get a state stimulus in October the 2nd round i think that was saying I have no dependent and now I wonder if I will receive state stimulus in December since they haven’t mentioned I have to have dependent so what is it truly?

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Inflation And Bills Surge – US Seniors Call For Stimulus Checks



Inflation is a growing concern that has made even the basic amenities quite expensive and out of reach for many. Continuous rise in the prices of fuel, food, and other basic necessities is a concern for both working individuals and seniors. Seniors have called for stimulus checks on this red-hot inflation with the continued bill surge.

Stimulus Updates: Many Americans Will Receive $5,000 Soon

Bills Surge And Inflation Are Ever Rising

In a report by The National Interest, Americans are facing high inflation even in 2022. The Consumer Price Index is skyrocketing rapidly year after year, making a hole in the pockets of commoners.

CNBC reported that approximately 20% of Americans struggled to pay their energy bill in full at least once during the last year. Fuel oil is roughly 40% more expensive than last year, electricity prices have risen by 6.3%, and natural gas prices have risen by nearly 25%.

This rise in fuel and energy prices has forced around 18% of Americans to keep their house at a temperature considered unhealthy and unsafe. Additionally, around 28% of Americans were forced to skip the necessities due to the inability to pay off the bills.

Struggle Of Seniors Is Still Here

Seniors who rely on Social Security for a living are bearing several issues due to rising energy prices. Beneficiaries did receive good news last fall when the Social Security Administration approved a 5.9% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for this year, which will increase Social Security payments by about $90 on average.

However, some experts believe that raises are still insufficient in the current environment.

On this dire issue the Social Security and Medicare policy analyst, Mary Johnson, for the Senior Citizens League, stated, “Social Security benefits have lost nearly one-third of their buying power, 32 percent, since 2000, about the length of a typical retirement.”

Need And Demand Stimulus Checks

Based on the various issues stated, the Senior Citizens League has been on its tiptoes and campaigning for months with the help of the petitions to get approval for the fourth round of the Stimulus Checks. The demand is to directly get $1400 in the accounts of the Social Security Recipients.

In addition to this one petition, six more stimulus check petitions are circulating with an estimated five million signatures.

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California’s Golden State Stimulus Check Program – Beat The February Deadline

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It does not seem realistic that many hopeful Americans will receive further stimulus checks or payments from the Federal government in the United States of America. However, according to The Sun, stimulus payments in the form of the Golden State Stimulus programs are still being sent out to eligible Californians this year. Read on for more information on these stimulus programs as well as eligibility criteria.

To begin, under the first program – the Golden State Stimulus I program residents were eligible, and received, $1,200 and $600 respectively. According to the Golden State Stimulus II program, eligible Californian citizens received $1,100 stimulus payments issued up until January 2022. Let’s look at eligibility for these two programs.

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Golden State Stimulus Eligibility Criteria

Here are the qualifying criteria:

  1. You must have filled your 2020 Tax Returns.
  2. Be either an ITIN tax filler and made $75,000 or less, or A Californian Earned Income Tax Credit recipient.
  3. Resided in California for at least half of 2020 Tax year.
  4. You must have been a Californian resident on the date your payment was issued.
  5. Cannot be claimed as a dependent by another taxpayer.

Individual Tax Identification Number

An ITIN or ‘Individual Tax Payer Number’ is allocated to those who don’t have social security numbers or qualify for them and allows them to work in the state of California. The deadline for Californian residents to submit their tax returns for 2020 was on October 15, 2021. However, it is still possible to get a stimulus check or payment from the state.In fact, some 100,000 citizens are set to receive automatic stimulus payments from these programs in the next month. This is because citizens might still have been waiting for an ITIN number after the end of this deadline. If this might be the case you will be given extra time to file your taxes for this period. This will determine how much stimulus aid you are eligible for or qualify for.

Meet The February Deadline

You can apply for the Golden State Benefits stimulus payments – by using your ITIN number to file your tax returns before February 15, 2022 (as mentioned earlier) and if you have met all criteria you should then receive such payments after you file your tax returns for this period. Remember this is only in two weeks’ time – don’t miss the deadline!






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California Suspends 345,000 Disability Claims Suspecting Fraud



The California employment development department suspended 3,45,000 disability checks after finding out that almost all of those claims were made by criminals trying to dupe the state into paying them, reports 

In addition, about 345,000 claims were found to be associated with 27,000 practicing doctors, out of which the state has verified the identity of only 485 doctors, meaning that the rest of the disability claims are fraudulent. 

Many Workers Who Lost Their Jobs During The Pandemic Are Still Unemployed

Since the pandemic broke out, the employment development department has been plagued by fraudulent claims, especially in unemployment benefits. Researches depict that the state paid out $20 billion due to these false claims, starting from March 2020.  

The state takes initiatives to prevent any further fraud

The ABC7 report adds that criminals have stolen inhabitants’ identities to dupe state officials to pay them unemployment benefits. They are also using doctors’ credentials to register false disability claims. To eliminate fraudulent claims from the roots, the state has installed the latest software to verify the identities of applicants before accepting their claims. However, the department faced difficulties trying to distinguish legitimate claims from fraudulent ones. Currently, the state is sending the doctors an email from a registered government account asking them to verify their identity by using a computer program called 

Problems arising due to this scam 

A lot of people had their claims suspended, even though they were true while the state was sorting things out. According to Cal Matters, Erik Robles, aged 35, went on disability last December and had his payments stopped. When asked, the department said there’s nothing they can do.  

 A couple from California, Alex Silva and Patricia has not received state disability checks since November without any explanation from the department. As a result, they have lost their car insurance and internet and television services. They fear they are soon going to be homeless.  

The state officials have informed the couple about doing some paperwork for their identity verification. As of now, the couple hasn’t received any paperwork yet. The state officials have denied revealing the various verification processes to prevent fraudsters from tricking them any further.


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