Stimulus update: Michigan sending rebate checks averaging $550 to families in weeks

In less than a month, Michigan will send payments of an average of $550 to roughly 700,000 households in the state as part of the expanded working families tax credit.

Eligible Michigan residents will get a check from the state that will be equal to the difference between the 6% working families tax credit on the 2022 tax refunds of eligible taxpayers and the 30% the credit is now worth under newly signed legislation. The combined tax credit will give an average of a $3,150 tax refund to 700,000 families for tax year 2022, per state officials.

The checks are slated to be sent by the state beginning on Feb. 13, with the payments being sent on a rolling basis over the following five to six weeks.

“By quintupling the working families tax credit, we’re putting an average of $550 back in
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