Stim­u­lus update: Direct pay­ment worth up to $1,312 to be sent from Alas­ka fund in two days

Alas­ka is set to send out anoth­er batch of one-time pay­ments from the 2023 Per­ma­nent Fund Div­i­dend to eli­gi­ble state res­i­dents in two days.
Two groups of eli­gi­ble res­i­dents have already received their pay­ment dur­ing the first two dis­burse­ments on Oct. 5 and Oct. 18. The next round of checks is sched­uled to be sent out on Nov. 16, with the pay­ments being worth $1,312 per res­i­dent for this year.
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The batch of pay­ments going out on Nov. 16 will go to res­i­dents who had the “Eli­gi­ble-Not Paid” sta­tus on Nov. 8 and have yet to receive their 2023, or ear­li­er, pay­ment from the Per­ma­nent Fund Div­i­dend pro­gram.
An appli­cant must be an Alas­ka res­i­dent who intends to remain a state res­i­dent indef­i­nite­ly and not be a con­vict­ed felon or claim res­i­den­cy in anoth­er state dur­ing the year to qual­i­fy for the pro­gram. Res­i­dents may apply for the state pro­gram from Jan. 1 to March 31 each year.
“The 2023 PFD marks the 42nd year Alaskans have received their share of the st …