The Alaska Department of Revenue makes great efforts to send dividends on time. Actually, there was stimulus check $1,312 worth of payments recently. It was again on November 16, but it won’t be the last. The next free cash redemption date will be December 14, 2023.
If you have checked your stimulus check status as of December 6th and it says you’re eligible but they haven’t paid you yet, your $1312 payment will arrive in less than 48 hours.
Don’t worry because even if this isn’t your payment, there will be another stimulus check delivery on January 18th. You can check your status on January 10 for this payment. So you will see if you are eligible for it or not.
WHEN CAN I APPLY FOR THE ALASKA PFD INCENTIVE CHECK?
Fortunately, if you missed the application deadline for this check for $1,312, you will soon be able to send a new payment. The good thing is that there is always the same submission period. So it can be easy to remember from one year to the next.
The Alaska Department of Revenue claims that the application season starts on January 1, 2024. Therefore, you will be able to submit your application in less than three weeks.
The day you can apply for it stimulus check is important, but you must not miss the March 31 deadline. What’s more, you should know that all members of your family may be eligible.
But even if you all qualify, you should only submit one application per person. If you have children, you better file for yours stimulus check first. If there are six of you in your family, you will need to submit 6 different applications.
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS TO RECEIVE PFD MONEY IN ALASKA?
Whether you apply online or submit a paper application from a Distribution Center, you must meet several requirements. Sometimes you are in a specific situation so it is best checking right section of PFD Alaska website.
For example, military, student, or deceased applicants may have special rules that you should consider. To be entitled to it stimulus check you must have been an Alaska resident for the entire calendar year.
People who have requested another place of residence or have no intention of staying Alaska cannot be applied. If you have been convicted, incarcerated or convicted, you may not qualify, but contact PFD staff to help you find out.
Make sure you are not absent from Alaska or you will not qualify for stimulus check. Only residents with an allowable absence may be eligible. Physical presence in Alaska for at least 72 consecutive hours at any one time during the previous two years is also required. Get ready and save the date to apply.