Those who had the “Eligible-Not Paid” status on Jan. 10 and have not received a PFD payment from 2023 or earlier will receive a check on Thursday.
The state opened applications for the 2024 Permanent Fund Dividend earlier this month, and they will remain open until March 31. The application for the state program can be filled out online or via paper form.
To be eligible for the program, an applicant must intend to remain a resident of Alaska indefinitely and not be a convicted felon, among other requirements.
The 2023 PFD check was worth $1,312 per eligible resident, according to the Alaska Department of Revenue, and it