California inflation relief payments: Final batch of dates announced

from, Alix Martichoux, Nexstar Media Wire



(NEXSTAR) – Still haven’t received your California Inflation Relief check? The Franchise Tax Board, which is responsible for issuing state tax refunds, has finally released its full payment schedule.

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Over the past few months, the FTB has been slowly releasing more and more information about when it plans to issue mid-tier tax refund direct deposit and debit cards. The state has worked its way through roughly 18 million payments that range from $200 to $1,050, depending on the type of payment and the last name.

To see when you will receive your inflation compensation payment, you must first decide how you will receive it. Once you’ve done that, look for the line that applies to you in the charts below.

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Direct deposit payments.

Debit card payments.

Recipients: Debit Card Postage Period
Recipients of GSS I or II checks (last name beginning with AE) From 10/24/2022 to 11/05/2022
Recipients of GSS I or II checks (last name starts with F – M) From 11/06/2022 to 11/19/2022
Recipients of GSS I or II checks (last name starts with N – V) From 11/20/2022 to 12/03/2022
Recipients of GSS I or II checks (last name starts with W – Z) From 12/04/2022 to 12/10/2022
Non-GSS recipients (last name starts with A – L) From 12/05/2022 to 12/17/2022
Non-GSS recipients (last name starts with M – Z) 19.12.2022 though 31.12.2022
Direct deposit recipients who changed bank information after filing their 2020 tax return From 12/17/2022 to 01/14/2023

The FTB says direct deposits should usually reach your bank account within three to five days of being issued, but it can take longer depending on your bank. Debit cards can take up to two weeks to arrive in your mailbox.

If you haven’t received your inflation compensation check, don’t panic, says the FTB. If you’ve met all the requirements, the best thing to do is just wait, the agency says.

“MCTR payments cannot be expedited by contacting the FTB,” the agency told Nexstar. “California residents who meet all eligibility criteria do not need to do anything to receive their payments.”


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