The Alaska Department of Revenue is slated to send payments on Feb. 15 to those who have the “Eligible-Not Paid” status by Feb. 7 and have yet to receive a check from the PFD for 2023 or earlier.
An Alaska resident must intend to remain a resident indefinitely and may not be a convicted felon, among other requirements, to qualify for a payment from the PFD.
The state’s Permanent Fund Dividend program gives eligible residents a check each year based on Alaska’s mineral revenues for that year. The 2023 payment was worth $1,312 per eligible resident, and its distribution began in October 2023.
“The 2023 PFD marks the 42nd year Alaskans have received