Three bonus payments between $50 and $13,500 going out in 2023 – see if extra money is coming your way


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BOUNS checks are being offered throughout the country and you might eligible for up to $13,500. 

Certain Americans might qualify for what’s known as a sign-on bonus, which is to entice people to work a new job.

Certain groups of Americans are eligible for performance incentives

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Certain groups of Americans are eligible for performance incentivesCredit: Getty

Other might get performance incentives from their current employer as a thank you for hard work. 

Regardless, bonus payments are usually one-off and do not recur. 

Here’s who is sending out extra cash in 2023. 

1. CONNECTICUT – UP TO $1,000

Connecticut in 2022 launched a $30million Premium Pay program for essential workers.

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While the bonus pay was originally worth $1,000 for full-timers and $400 for part-timers, the state ran into an application influx issue and had to make modifications.

Under the original plan, workers making less than $100,000 would receive full $1,000 checks, with those making between $100,000 and $149,999 receiving lesser amounts.

Those who met the requirements needed to apply by October 1.

Now, a change took effect that will only qualify full-time workers who made less than $50,000 for the full $1,000.

Those making between $50,000 and $150,000 qualify for between $100 and $800.

Also, this program is for private-sector workers.

Employees working for a federal, state, or municipal government agency do not qualify.

Individuals must not have been able to work from home and be employed between March 10, 2020 and May 7, 2022.

The state’s Comptroller’s Office told The U.S. Sun that the Premium Pay bonuses will start “going out in batches early next month.”

2. MARYLAND – UP TO $13,500

Since October 2022, the Maryland State Department of Education has been sending out payments worth up to $13,500 to childcare providers – and will continue those efforts this year.

The exact amount will depend on the quality rating earned and the capacity of the childcare center.

To be eligible for a check, you must have been granted a “first-time quality rating” on or following July 1 in addition to participating in Maryland EXCELS early education program.

Maryland EXCELS has more than 4,200 programs and providers with published quality ratings, as of October.

We have full coverage on the bonus size, which ranges from $50 to $13,500, based on the criteria.

The bonus awards will continue to go out through June 30, 2023.

3. ROCHESTER, NEW YORK – UP TO $3,000

Another group of teachers are in line to get bonuses thanks to the Rochester Teachers Association in New York voting to approve a three-year contract.

During each of the first two years of the contract, there will be a retention bonus of $1,500 paid out. 

That allows for a maximum of $3,000.  

Every member of the RTA Teacher Bargaining Unit will be eligible, according to the agreement. 

They must be “actively employed” until the last day of each school year to be eligible for the retention incentive. 

In addition, pay increases are also a part of the deal.

The new contract will take effect starting July 1.

ANOTHER BONUS 

It’s also worth mentioning a big bonus incentive in Memphis, Tennessee.

The city trying to attract first responders by offering recruiting incentives worth between $5,000 and $15,000. 

Police hires in the city are eligible for a $15,000 sign-on bonus and $10,000 in relocation assistance.

Firefighter bonuses and relocation payments are worth $5,000 each.

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For more on how you can get money, see a list of states and cities offering universal basic income.

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