3 direct payments going out in June between $99 and $1,000 – see if your state is on the list for ‘basic necessities’

DIRECT payments are now being made into residents’ bank accounts in three states – individuals are reporting one-time rewards ranging from $99 to $1,000.

The payments are the result of budget slumps in three states.

Three states announced one-off payments because of unexpected budget cuts


Three states announced one-off payments because of unexpected budget cutsCredit: GETTY

Eligible recipients may see more cash in their bank accounts this month – some of the application deadlines have already passed.

Here are the three states that have payment schedules for residents in June:


The state approved rebates for statewide taxpayers and economic relief for non-applicant residents.

The payments, which are expected to hit some bank accounts this month, are intended to combat rising consumer prices.

Last hours to request a one-time direct payment between $100 and $600
Americans can apply for monthly direct payments of $500 for 18 months

The majority of payments will be made in July.

“Prices for basic needs remain high across the country,” said state Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.

“Our state is in a fantastic financial position today and it is important to me that the families of New Mexico share in this success.”

Adult, nondependent residents of New Mexico can expect one of two payments: $1,000 for married couples or $500 for single residents.

The payout is made only to individuals who are not listed as dependents in the state’s 2021 tax cycle.

No refund request or payment was required.

Late taxpayers had to file their 2021 taxes by May 31 to maintain their eligibility.

The state provided $15 million for the one-time payments to non-taxable residents.

Non-taxable residents should check the state’s Human Services Department website for application updates.


Delaware residents said they received their portion of the Delaware Relief Rebate Program — the state is due to send final payments later this month.

The program was approved last year.

Eligible recipients must have filed their 2021 taxes — they can expect to receive a $300 payment from the state.

Delaware had additional income from fiscal shortfalls during the 2021 tax season.

The state said the program aims to fight inflation and gas costs.

More than 780,000 payments have been processed by the state – residents can track their payments via this state Website.


Boulder, Colorado residents can expect to be paid anywhere from $99 to $302.

The city pays a food tax refund program.

The program helps lower-income residents with the city’s sales tax on groceries.

Residents must reside within the city limits for the entirety of calendar year 2022 and be at least 62 years of age.

Other eligible residents must have a dependent child under the age of 18 or live with a disability.

Applicants must also earn less than $43,000 per year as an individual or $82,800 as a family.

Applications for the food aid program are open until June 30th.

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Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing zackzwiezen@ustimespost.com.

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