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Californians To Get Upto $1050 Inflation Relief Checks In October

Living in California is expensive. California's gas costs are highest in the country. Mendocino had $9.60 per gallon last summer.

23 million Californians will get $9.5 billion in direct tax refunds from Governor Gavin Newsom's $308 billion state budget. Some people will get as much as $1,050 on their checks.

People in California should get their money between October 2022 and January 2023. If you qualify, you will get a payment without having to do anything.

The Middle Class Tax Refund is a one-time check for up to $1,050 that will be sent to 23 million Californians. It is meant to help with inflation.

To be eligible, you must both reside in California and submit your tax return for the year 2020 by the 15th of October in 2021.

People who are single and make less than $75,000 a year will get $350, plus another $350 for each person who lives with them.

Heads of household or surviving spouses who make less than $150,000 a year will get $350, and each dependent will get an additional $350.

Couples who file jointly and make less than $150,000 a year will get a total of $1,050, which is $700 for the couple and $350 for each dependent.

People who make more money will get less money. You can use a calculator on the website of the California Tax Board to get an idea of how much you would get.

You will get your check in the same way you got your tax refund in 2020. If you filed and asked for direct deposit, that's how you'll get your money.