Americans have been eager to get additional COVID-19 stimulus funds in their bank accounts, especially as inflation has risen and gas prices have hit new highs.

The federal government has not stepped up to supply it, but that does not imply more money will not be forthcoming.

A recent budget settlement in one state of america would result in residents getting payouts of up to $1,050.

And this is just one of the numerous states taking measures to provide direct cash assistance to families in need.

The amount received by each family or person is determined by their income, filing status, and the number of dependents. Specifically:

Single taxpayers earning less than $75,000 per year will receive $350. Married joint filers with income under $150,000 will get an additional $350 per taxpayer. Dependents receive an extra $350.

A married couple with children may be eligible for a payment of up to $1,050. Those with greater earnings will also be compensated.

Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Maine, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, and Virginia are Other states that are providing stimulus funds as well.

If you reside in one of these states, or if you want to check if politicians in your state are taking any action to provide financial assistance, go to your state's Department of Revenue website.

If you do not reside in an area that is receiving local financial support, there is a high possibility that no further stimulus will be arriving. This is unlikely to change in the near future.