Did you know that nearly everyone in Alaska is eligible to receive a $3,284 payment? The Permanent Fund Dividend for 2022 will be $3,284, which Governor Mike Dunleavy announced is the highest payout in the program’s 41-year history.
You should begin receiving your dividends immediately if you choose direct deposit on your application.
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Information for those who applied but will be receiving a paper check, as well as those who chose other disbursement methods, will be delivered at a later date.
Please create an account here if you have not already done so in order to apply for the Permanent Fund Dividend.
Do You Meet the Requirements for Receiving This Money?
In order to receive this cash, you must meet a few basic qualifications. Before anything else, can I ask if you actually call Alaska home? If that’s the case, that’s all that matters. Neither can you be incarcerated. Read on for the state’s nitty-gritty prerequisites.
When Can You Expect to Get the Funds?
The Department of Revenue of the State of Alaska provided a timetable. That whatever they have to say is as follows.
- If your dividend application for 2022 (or an earlier year) is in the “Eligible-Not Paid” state as of January 11, 2023, your dividend payment will be issued on January 19, 2023.
- Any dividend applications for 2022 (or earlier years) that are in the “Eligible-Not Paid” category as of February 8, 2023 will be paid out on February 16, 2023.
- On March 16, 2023, dividends will be paid out for applications for the year 2022 (and earlier years) that were in the “Eligible-Not Paid” category on March 8, 2023.