4th Stimulus Check Update – Surprise ‘$1,100 Christmas payout’ to TOMORROW with $6,300 cash sent out

SURPRISE December stimulus check paying $600 and $1,100 starts rolling out tomorrow – here’s how you’ll get your cash deposited.

Lot of stimulus test The issuance begins on November 29, and final payments are expected to be released on December 17.

California sending 803,000 Golden State Stimulus payments up to $1,100 on December 17 and checks begin to be distributed this week.

People qualified for stimulus test will usually get it using the refund option selected on their tax return.

Eligible households will receive stimulus checks worth between $600 and $1,100.

It comes as a check for up to $6,300 was mailed to hundreds of people in Atlanta on December 15.

Student at a Atlanta medical school will receive a check in the next few days before Christmas.

Morehouse School of Medicine will give each student $6,300 to cover education-related expenses, according to the report. Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Read our stimulus check live blog below for the latest news and updates…

  • Unemployment rate before Covid-19

    The pre-pandemic unemployment rate was 3.5% in the US.

    The current rate is 4.2 percent and it has been on a downward trend since the worst of the pandemic in April.

  • Unemployment rate during the peak of Covid-19

    The worst pandemic in April 2020.

    At that time, the unemployment rate rose to 14.8%, the highest since data collection began in 1948, according to Congressional Research Service.

  • What is the unemployment rate?

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current unemployment rate in the US is 4.2%.

    The total number of unemployed citizens is 6.9 million people.

  • Billionaires may have used tax loopholes

    ProPublica also found 270 taxpayers who disclosed a total income of $5.7 billion and finally qualified to stimulus test.

    Individuals have managed to “deploy deductions on such a large scale that they qualify for stimulus checks,” the outlet notes.

    “Rich taxpayers get the stimulus checks they received because they came below the government income threshold,” ProPublica reported.

    “In fact, they reported less taxable income than that – hundreds of millions less even – after they used business write-offs to wipe out their profits.”

    The article notes that examples of wealthy taxpayers have listed negative net income on their tax returns.

  • Some billionaires receive stimulus money

    ProPublica found that 18 billionaires received stimulus payments in the spring of 2020, citing IRS records.

    Eg, George Soros and his son, Robert, are said to have received stimulus payments. Soros is worth $8.6 billion.

    Their representatives told the store that both men had returned checks.

  • Freeze federal college loan payments

    For people who owe college money, the government freezes all federal loans until January 2022.

    There have been five freeze extensions since Covid-19 shut down the country in March 2020.

    The White House says there will be no more extension of the freeze and that borrowers should be prepared to resume payments in January.

  • Will the government accept college loans?

    President Biden has publicly stated during his campaign that he has donated up to $10,000 for forgiveness.

    However, the government has yet to forgive most of its borrowers, and the president has not recently shared any plans for this.

    Some Democrats in Congress are pushing for debt forgiveness of up to $50,000 for borrowers.

  • Additional reasons for payment delays

    Tax refunds can also be delayed or missed if you don’t update your address with the IRS.

    As of early June, the average tax refund was $2,775, according to data from IRS filings.

    The Deadline for filing federal tax returns for 2020 is on October 15 and it applies to households who applied for an extension before the May 15 deadline.

    The only exceptions are for military members and others who serve in combat zones – they usually have 180 days after leaving to file their tax returns.

    Taxpayers in federally declared disaster areas that have a valid extension are also not required to comply with the October 15 deadline.

  • Inaccurate information may delay payments

    Stimulus checks are also still being released as new payments and plus those, with the latter applying if the IRS owes you more than it paid.

    As with child tax credits, these will usually be shipped as a paper check unless you’ve signed up for direct deposit payments.

    You’ll also want to make sure you receive an IRS verification letter when it sends you payments.

    This is important for anyone who may be eligible for a stimulus check but who is in for a surprise when they receive their money.

    You can check how much you will receive and how you will be paid using IRS ‘Get My Payment tool. 4th Stimulus Check Update – Surprise ‘$1,100 Christmas payout’ to TOMORROW with $6,300 cash sent out


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