Californians who filed their taxes between March 2 and April 23 are set to receive their stimulus checks starting tomorrow.
According to the California Franchise Tax Board, it would take up to two weeks after tax return process to receive the stimulus money in direct deposit.
Those who opted for paper checks to receive through the mail should wait four to six weeks to get their funds.
And for those who did not file taxes in time, direct debit would take 45 days while paper checks need at least 60 days to arrive.
“Typically, you’ll receive this payment using the refund option you selected on your tax return. If you received an advanced refund through your tax service provider or paid your tax preparation fees using your refund, you’ll receive your payment by check in the mail,” the board’s statement explains.
Gov. Gavin Newsom had signed the California Stimulus bill back in February after it was passed by the Democratic-controlled Legislature.