California Stimulus Checks: More Direct Deposit Payments Hitting Bank Accounts Now

If you’re still waiting for a California stimulus check payment, you might not have to wait much longer. While the state sent direct deposit payments from October 7 to 25, and debit cards started going out in the mail on October 24, there are still a lot of Californians waiting for their refund to be deposited into their bank account. However, those people won’t have to wait much longer. California started a second round of direct deposit stimulus payments on October 28.

The one-time California stimulus payments – formally known as Middle Class Tax Refunds – range from $200 to $1,050, depending on the filing status and income reported on your 2020 California tax return, and whether you have any dependents. If you’re expecting a payment via direct deposit, you might want to start checking your bank account again each day. If it hasn’t arrived already, and you qualify for a direct deposit payment, it should show up in your account by mid-November.

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