Four direct payments and relief checks worth up to $1,500 issued in September – do you qualify?

MILLIONS of Americans are lining up to receive payments next month.

With no sign of a fourth stimulus check, states and cities have passed relief legislation including tax holidays, out-of-pocket payments and other types of stimulus.

Millions of Americans received inflation relief last year


Millions of Americans received inflation relief last year

The money comes in the form of rebates or direct payments as many states try to offset the financial impact of inflation.

The latest inflation rate of 8.5% for the year to July was released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics on Wednesday.

Accommodation costs have increased by 5.7% over the past year.

Food prices have increased by 8.5% over the year.

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There was some relief at the pump, however, as gas prices began to fall.

According to AAA, the national price for an average gallon of gasoline was $4.01 on Aug. 10 — about 67 cents down from a month ago.

The following states will issue or receive checks in September.

1. Colorado

The Colorado Cash Back program was made possible by the state Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR).

TABOR requires the state to return any remaining government revenue.

Almost every Colorado taxpayer gets a check for $750, or $1,500 for married couples.

You are eligible if any of the following applies to you:

  • 18 years old on December 31, 2021
  • Was a Colorado resident throughout 2021
  • File a 2021 Colorado state income tax return or apply for a property tax/rent/heat credit (PTC) rebate.

Also, those who filed a 2021 Colorado tax return but have since moved out of the state in 2022 are still eligible.

If you filed your 2021 Colorado income tax return by June 30, 2022, your check should arrive by September 30.

2. Illinois

The Illinois Family Relief Plan is another program that offers relief to struggling Americans.

Individual taxpayers get $50, while joint taxpayers get $100.

However, families with dependents will receive up to $300.

For single taxpayers to receive the $50 rebate, they must not earn more than $200,000.

According to NBC Chicago, the payments will be sent starting September 12 but may not arrive for several weeks.


The Frontline Worker Payments bill was signed into law by Gov. Tim Walz on April 29 and allocates $500 million to claimants.

The state estimated that about 667,000 Minnesotans would qualify for the bonus checks, each of which would receive $750.

Under Minnesota law, applications were open for 45 days from June 8 through July 22.

To be eligible, workers must have at least 120 hours of frontline employment in Minnesota between March 15, 2020 and June 30, 2021 in at least one sector.

These include health care, long-term care, emergency services, schools, retail, child care and public transport.

Workers can expect payments in September.


Indiana residents will receive tax rebates of up to $650.

Hoosiers were due to write their checks earlier this month, but paper shortages have delayed the process.

Emily Boesen, a spokeswoman for the State Audit Office, said the checks could be issued as early as the week of August 15.

Ms. Boesen told the Associated Press that check printing would begin next week and could print up to 50,000 checks a day.

She estimates that everything will be completed by early October.

Individual taxpayers will receive checks for $325, while married couples applying together will receive checks for $650.

Some residents should see their checks as early as September.

Other states offer relief

Hawaii residents receive a one-time tax refund in late August or early September.

Those earning less than $100,000 per year get a $300 rebate.

If you exceed that threshold but earn less than $200,000, you get $100.

Families with children may get more money, for example, a family of four could get $1,200.

Rhode Island residents are lining up to receive direct payments worth up to $750.

Nearly 115,000 families will be eligible for the $250 child tax credit.

There is a maximum of three children, so a family can receive a maximum of $750.

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We’re rounding up six states that are paying out up to $1,700 worth of direct payments this MONTH.

Also, check the exact date when more than a million Americans will be able to claim up to $700 in direct payments. Four direct payments and relief checks worth up to $1,500 issued in September – do you qualify?


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