Stimulus update: Michigan sending rebate checks averaging $550 to families in 14 days

The state of Michigan will send out checks to eligible residents worth an average of $550 as part of an expansion to the working families tax credit in two weeks.

The Michigan Department of Treasury says that roughly 700,000 households will get a payment from the expanded credit when the distribution begins on Feb. 13. The state says the payments will go out on a rolling basis over a five- to six-week period once distribution begins.

No additional paperwork is required to receive the payment, with the Michigan Department of Treasury saying that eligible residents will automatically get the check sent to them.

The checks being sent to residents beginning in two weeks will be equal to the difference between the 6% working families tax credit from a resident’s 2022 tax refunds and the 30% that the credit is worth under the new law raising the
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