The final date for filing for this year’s Permanent Fund dividend for Alaska residents is today, March 31.
According to the PFD division’s website, more than 530,000 Alaskans had filed for their PFD as of March, a little less than three quarters of the state’s population.
“As of March 22, 2022, the Division has received 531,695 web applications. This is compared to 540,789 web applications received through the same date in 2021,” said PFD division director Anna MacKinnon in an email. “However, the Division has also received over 10,000 more web applications in the last 10-day period than compared to the same period in 2021.”
Gov. Mike Dunleavy
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