January 18, 2022

4th stimulus check 2022 update – New payments worth $1,100 spent TODAY after automatic $5,200 boosts sent

Stimulus payments worth between $600 and $1,100 will be issued tomorrow — and here are the zip codes that will get the relief money.

Californians expect their last round of incentive payments, with checks sent on Tuesday, January 11, 2022.

As part of California pandemic stimulus program, some 180,000 payments worth $127 million were sent at the end of December and are expected to arrive during the month of January.

It comes after the Navajo council voted last month to steer stimulus checks worth up to $2,000 for eligible adults and $600 for each child, resulting in $5,200 for a family of two adults and two children.

The vote took place Dec. 29, with Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez approving the bill that grants more than 345,000 hardship checks to tribesmen.

The money comes from $557 million in Navajo Nation Fiscal Recovery funds (NNRF).

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

  • More Golden State Stimulus Payments Issued

    Golden State Stimulus payments began in October and will continue through January 2022.

    The last help round was shipped on Monday, December 27, with checks sent by zip code.

    From December 27, 2021 through January 11, 2022, eligible residents living in an area with a zip code ending in 928-999 will have their checks mailed.

  • Analysts: Controls Didn’t Go ‘Far Enough’

    Although three rounds of relief payments were introduced after the start of the pandemic, analysts at the Capital One Insights Center found the: the checks did not go “far enough.

    Low-income Americans were more likely to spend their stimulus money on bills, according to the study.

    And about a third of Americans reported a loss of income last year.

  • Additional reasons for payment arrears

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

    At the beginning of June, the average tax refund was $2,775, according to IRS data.

    The final deadline for filing federal tax returns 2020 was October 15, and it applied to households that submitted an extension before the May 15 deadline.

    The only exceptions are for members of the military and others serving in a combat zone – they usually have 180 days after they leave to file returns.

    Taxpayers in federally declared disaster areas that already have valid renewals also didn’t have to meet the October 15 deadline.

  • Inaccurate information can delay payments

    There are still incentive checks next to plus up payments, the latter applying if the IRS owes you more than it has already paid.

    As with early child tax credits, these will typically be issued as paper checks unless you’ve signed up for instant deposits.

    You should also ensure that you receive the IRS letter confirming when your payment has been sent.

    This is important for anyone who may qualify for a stimulus check, but experience an unexpected delay in receiving their funds.

    You can check how much you get and how you get paid by using the IRS’ Get My Payment tool.

  • Incentives for students

    Hundreds of students received a surprise holiday stimulus payment from $6,300 on Dec. 15.

    Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta gave students $6,300 to pay for various education-related expenses, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.

    The school is said to have enrolled up to 750 students.

  • Agriculture Department Sends Cash, Continued

    “They deserve recognition for their resilience and financial support for their efforts to meet personal and family needs while continuing to provide essential services,” said Vilsak.

    “This grant program is another part of this administration’s effort to ensure aid to alleviate the effects of the pandemic is distributed to those who need it most.”

  • Agriculture department sends out money

    A whopping $700 million was earmarked by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to compensate staff who incurred unexpected costs, such as having to buy their own PPE and taking unpaid leave.

    US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsak announced the bonuses, praising “the social and economic achievement” of workers who kept food on the table.


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