California State Stimulus Check For Those Who Do Not File Any California Taxes

California State Stimulus Check For Those Who Do Not File Any California Taxes

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Sherriel Weithers started this petition to Governor Gavin Newsom

The State of California anticipates another $97.5 billion surplus for the 2022-23 fiscal year, thanks again to California's tax paying residents in 2021. A new California State Inflation Relief Package is in the works for 2022/2023 that will go to around 20 million state residents who filed state taxes in 2021 per Gov. Newsom, qualifying California families could receive between $600 - $1050 in state stimulus money, $200 - $350 state stimulus money per individual tax payer.

Republican Sen. Brian Jones estimated in an online video that this summer taxpayers could possibly get stimulus payments totaling $1125, or up to $4500 for a family of four.

Inflation Relief Package Eligibility 2022:

Individual tax filers who made less than $75,000 will get $350 + 1 dependent an additional $350

Joint tax filers who made less than $150,000 will get $700 + 1 dependent an additional $350

Individual tax filers who made between $75,001 and $125,000 will get $250 + 1 dependent an additional $250

Joint tax filers who made between $150,001 and $250,000 will get $500 + 1 dependent an additional $250

Still no mention of any of this surplus money going to help those who really need and could use this money the most, Those who do not file any California state taxes.  Low-income residents,(SSDI) Social Security Disability Insurance, and (SSA) Social Security Admin., recipients, which include VA Disability, (SSI) Supplemental Security Income, and (SSP) State Supplementary Payments beneficiaries have all been excluded from any California State Stimulus money if taxes have not been filed for the previous year.

In 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom announced a one time $600​ - $1100 California Golden State Stimulus Check I and II for more than 4.5M tax payers that had filed their 2020 taxes by October 15, 2021.  California had a $76 billion dollar surplus thanks to taxes paid by Californians who benefited the most during the 2020 pandemic, but (SSDI), (SSA), (SSI), (SSP), VA Disability recipients, and low-income residents were not included in any of these GSS plans or packages who did not file any taxes.

Governor Newsom stated that the extra stimulus money should help California residents who suffered financial difficulties during the pandemic to get back on their feet. So why have (SSDI), (SSA), (SSI), (SSP),  VA Disability, California recipients and low-income residents who do not pay California taxes been left out of these stimulus packages who are in desperate of this money?  California is one of the richest states in the nation, all low-income people which include those who do not pay any state or federal taxes should not be excluded from any state stimulus plans or packages.

(SSDI) Social Security Disability Insurance, (SSA) Social Security Admin.,which include VA Disability, (SSI) Supplemental Security Income, and (SSP) State Supplementary Payments, beneficiaries and recipients as well as low-income residents only survive on their monthly benefits.  The cost of this pandemic has put an additional strain on these beneficiaries and residents of the state.  The 5.9%, 2022, COLA raise is simply not enough with the continued high cost of food, rent, utilities, and health insurance any extra stimulus money could go a long way for these beneficiaries and low-income residents who do not pay any state taxes

Social Security Disability Insurance and Social Security Admin., recipients and low-income residents did not automatically qualify for the Golden State Stimulus payment because most do not file state federal taxes which is needed in order to quality for the California's 2021 State Stimulus I and II, and the California State Stimulus 2022, even though (SSDI) recipients have paid taxes into the Social Security system for a least seven years in order to even be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance.

(SSDI), (SSA), (SSI), (SSP), Veteran recipients and low-income residents were not left out of:

  1.  Cares Act of 2020, $1200 
  2. Consolidated Appropriation Act of 2021, $600
  3. American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, $1400

Each and everyone of us are going through these pandemic variant's and continues to go through them, now with the war on the Ukraine prices are quadrupling!

Please sign this petition to continue helping me in helping all of us by letting Governor Gavin Newsom know that It's a New Year (SSDI), (SSA) including (SSI), (SSP), VA Disability recipients as well as all low-income California state residents who do not file any state taxes should benefit and not be left out or excluded from receiving a California state stimulus payment in 2022

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