Alaska residents who have not gotten their PFD checks from 2023 or earlier and have the “Eligible-Not Paid” status on the PFD website by Wednesday, will get their checks on Feb. 15, according to the state.
To qualify for the PFD program, an Alaskan must intend to remain a resident of the state indefinitely and must not be a convicted felon, among other requirements. Applications for the 2024 Permanent Fund Dividend are open from now until March 31 and can be applied either online or by paper form.
The Permanent Fund Dividend offers eligible residents a check every year based on Alaska’s mineral revenues for that year. For 2023, Eligible residents got checks worth