The $12-billion state tax rebate program enacted by Gov. Gavin Newsom provides direct relief to California's hit the hardest by the pandemic.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — About 600,000 Californians can expect to receive the second Golden State Stimulus check as early as Friday, Aug. 27, the Franchise Tax Board told ABC10.
This money is part of the $12-billion state tax rebate program enacted by Governor Newsom, providing direct payments to Californians during the coronavirus pandemic.
What to expect:
- $600 payments will be made to qualified taxpayers with a Social Security number making $75,000 (both individuals and joint filers) and didn't receive the first round of Golden State Stimulus payment.
- $1,000 payments will go out to qualified ITIN filers making $75,000 or less and have one or more dependents.
- Additional payment for families with dependents. Eligible families who file with a Social Security Number with one or more dependents are eligible for an additional $500.
The Franchise Tax …