Checks of $600 & $1,100 Are Coming Your Way in Days – See if You’re Eligible

The first round of California stimulus checks is slated to be delivered by the end of the week, with the final one due by December 17. This round of checks began going out on November 29, with the final payment due on December 17.

California’s Golden State II program will provide 800,000 paper checks and 3,000 direct deposits due to the $12 billion in Coronavirus relief approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Newsom said the Golden State Stimulus is critical to helping the worst hit by the pandemic and boosting California’s economic recovery, given that it puts money directly in the hands of those who will spend it on basic needs in their communities.

The stimulus check will usually be deposited into the bank account of qualifying taxpayers using the refund option selected on their tax return. Direct deposits typically take a few days to appear in bank accounts.

To qualify for a paper check, you must have lived in California for more than the 2020 tax year and must still reside in the state when the check is issued. Paper checks can take up to three weeks to arrive.

For 2020, your AGI must be between $17,000 and $75,000, and your tax return must have been filed by October 15, 2021.

In accordance with the last three digits of the ZIP code, the following time frames will apply to qualifying recipients:

  • 376-584 11/15/2021 through 12/03/2021
  • 585-719 11/29/2021 through 12/17/2021
  • 720-927 12/13/2021 through 12/31/2021
  • 928-999 12/27/2021 through 1/11/2022

It is not uncommon for every eligible Californian to receive a GSII check every two weeks.

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