September Stimulus: Additional Checks and Financial Aid Programs in the USA

The United States of America is gearing up to distribute additional stimulus checks through various programs in September. These payments could take the form of direct cash disbursements, tax rebates, or other forms of financial assistance.

Four states across the nation are rolling out these payments: Alaska, Minnesota, Montana, and Washington State. These states are channeling funds from their governments, including one of the largest and most substantial payments in history, reaching over 2.1 million recipients.


In the northernmost state, Alaska, there’s the Permanent Fund Dividend program. It allocates a portion of the state’s revenue from mineral resources to its residents. On September 14, eligible individuals with an ‘Eligible-Not-Paid’ application status as of September 6 will receive their annual funds.

To qualify for this payment, residents must have resided in the state for a complete calendar year with the intention to remain. Each resident will receive a substantial payment of $3,284, one of the largest payouts in history.


Minnesota residents will receive a one-time tax rebate due to recent changes in tax legislation. This law, signed in May, will provide $520 payments for married couples who filed joint income tax returns in 2021.

Individual filers will receive $260 payments. This rebate will benefit nearly 2.1 million Minnesota residents, with direct deposits arriving first, followed by mailed checks. Payments are scheduled to commence by the end of September.


The state of Montana is issuing payments to property owners within the state. Eligible individuals will receive a rebate of $675 or an amount equivalent to their property tax payments, whichever is lower. For example, if a taxpayer owed $425 in property taxes on a Montana municipal residence in 2022, they will receive a $425 rebate.

However, individuals owing property taxes exceeding $675 will only receive the exact sum as a rebate. To qualify, individuals must either own or have resided in a Montana residence for a minimum of 7 months and have paid property taxes on that residence.


Washington State is offering its residents the opportunity to apply for the state’s Working Family Tax Credit. This program provides payments ranging from $50 to $1,200 for individuals who resided in the state for at least half of the 2022 calendar year.

Applicants must also be between the ages of 25 and 65 or have a qualifying child in 2022. Application procedures began in February, and Washington residents have a three-year window to claim their credit.

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