January 30, 2023

The Internal Revenue Service said in late 2022 that many people could still receive stimulus payments in 2023, or perhaps at least a rebate on their tax returns from the previous year. That includes about 25 million Californians who could qualify. People in six other states could also qualify.

The IRS stated in November 2022 that the lack of stimulus checks last year could mean “reimbursements could be lower in 2023.”

“Taxpayers will not receive an additional stimulus payment with a tax refund for 2023 because there were no economic impact payments for 2022,” the agency said.

Many residents who paid taxes in California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina are eligible for some form of a refund.

Stimulus Checks
Economic stimulus checks are prepared for printing at the Philadelphia Financial Center May 8, 2008 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A new round of stimulus rebates is ready for those eligible in 2023.
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California residents who earned less than $500,000 in fiscal year 2020 and filed their income taxes by October 15, 2021 are eligible for the state’s middle-class tax refund, which is paid January 30 through February 14.

The California Flexed Rebate program is open to a wide variety of recipients. For example, anyone who has claimed between $125,001 and $250,000 and has no dependents has access to $200 in incentives.

Married or joint claimants whose cumulative income for the 2020 tax year was less than $150,000 are eligible for the maximum stimulus of $1,050, which also takes into account inflation, according to the California Franchise Tax Board.

As of January 13, 2023, more than $9 billion in stimulus money has already been distributed to 31,650,087 California taxpayers, according to the California Franchise Tax Board website.

The latest set of California stimulus payments are by debit card and for all resident applicants who changed their address after filing their 2020 tax returns.

In Colorado, a rebate of $750 is distributed to individual applicants and $1,500 to joint applicants. Anyone who has not yet received their stimulus rebates or requested an extension will receive their refund under the Colorado Cash Back program by the end of January.

Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed a $500 million law last September that says residents who filed an application in 2020 and 2021 are entitled to either 10 percent of their tax return or $300 have dollars, whichever is greater.

Illinois residents can receive two discounts if they qualify. One relates to income tax and the other to wealth tax. Income returns range from $50 to $100 based on a claimed income of $200,000 or less for individuals and $400,000 or less for married or joint applicants.

New Mexico residents have already started receiving rebates spread across three payments — spread across different payout structures. Although more than 2 million rebates had been issued as of September, those who have not yet received them have until May this year to file their 2021 tax returns.

Pennsylvanians can receive a maximum standard rebate of $650, or $975 for those who qualify for additional rebates. The income limit is $35,000 per year for homeowners and $15,000 per year for renters.

South Carolina will begin offering rebates to residents who file their 2021 state income tax returns by February 15. These are part of the $1 billion government rebate.

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