The Stimulus Check provided monetary benefits to the American people. The program was approved by Joe Biden‘s administration. When the first wave of coronavirus hit the world, America went into complete shutdown. The majority of the families struggled to make ends meet.
On-site work was assigned to a large number of citizens. However, because of the imposed lockdown, they were unable to continue to work. This resulted in a large number of unemployed people. During the shutdown, the percentage of unemployed Americans increased. Others who chose to work online struggled as well. The majority of companies did not pay their employees the remuneration they desired.
The IRS recently distributed the third batch of checks. The $1400 checks appeared to be the final batch. This caused great concern among American citizens. They vehemently demanded extra government funding. The government was bombarded with petitions and letters. Some political officials also supported the people’s demands.
The federal government appears to be providing no additional financial assistance. They only had three stimulus checks. However, there are still families who are struggling to make ends meet. The pandemic’s consequences are still being addressed ineffectively. However, some states have good news. They will be delivering checks to their citizens. Let’s find out more in the sections that follow.
Stimulus Check: Holiday Bonus Announced By States
Several states have announced stimulus checks. These states’ eligible residents will receive a large amount. Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, and Michigan will each provide $1000 to their teachers. The funds are part of the “Thank You” program.
States such as Maine, Maryland, and California have also approved stimulus checks. Maine and Maryland residents will receive $285 and $500, respectively. California residents will be required to pay up to $1100.