See the exact dates for direct payments up to $1,050 to millions of Americans

Inflation relief checks of $200 to $1,050 are on their way to more than 20 million taxpayers, but they won't arrive for months.

Governor Gavin Newsom signed the state's budget in June, which included tax rebates worth $17 billion to combat inflation. 

Payments will be distributed between October 2022 and January 2023, according to California's Franchise Tax Board.

It is possible to determine your eligibility and estimate how much cash you will receive by using the state's estimator.

Residents in California are encouraged to apply for the middle-class tax refund if they qualify.

Income, tax filing status, and household size determine eligibility and payment amounts.

Residents of California must have filed their 2020 tax returns by October 15, 2021 in order to qualify for a relief check.

Who is eligible?

Additionally, you must have lived in California for at least six months in 2020, and you must still live there.

Additionally, anyone who was eligible to claim a dependent in 2020 is not eligible for the rebate.

In the case of single taxpayers and head of household taxpayers who make less than $75,000 a year

they will receive $700 if they have a dependent and $350 if they don't.

They will receive $500 if they make $75,000 to $125,000, and $250 if they do not have a dependent.

With dependents, those earning over $125,000 will earn $400, and without, $200.

In California, couples making less than $150,000 a year who file

Their taxes together will receive $1,050 if they have dependents and $700 if they do not.

If they earn $150,001 to $250,000, they will earn $750 if they have children, and $500 if they don't.

Families earning $250,001 to $500,000 will receive $600 with dependents and $400 if they don't.

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