California citizens will get their second wave of stimulus checks this week, totaling 803,000.
The checks, which total $563 million, began to be distributed on November 29.
According to The Sun, 800,000 checks totaling $561 million were mailed.
This round includes 3,000 direct payments totaling $2.4 million.
Direct deposits may take a few days to materialize, while checks might take up to three weeks.
So far, 3.5 million cheques and 3.8 million direct deposits have been issued.
The $5.1 billion in payments totals 7.1 million payments. In all, 9 million payments are scheduled to be issued.
The cheques will be sent every two weeks until all eligible residents have received one.
For those earning $75,000 or less, the checks are worth $600 to $1,100.
Those who qualified for the first round but did not get one may be eligible for an extra $500.
What are the requirements for receiving a Golden State Stimulus check?
You must have filed your 2020 taxes by October 15 of this year to be eligible.
For the year 2020, your AGI must be between $1 and $75,000.
For 2020, your earnings must have ranged from $0 to $75,000.
You must have lived in California for at least half of 2020 and be a resident at the time the payment is made.
The stimulus check will most likely be sent in the same manner as your tax refund.
Between September 1 and October 31, the majority of direct deposits were issued. If you didn’t submit your taxes until after September 1st, you’ll have to wait another 45 days.
The last three digits of your zip code are used to send paper cheques.