House Passes Biden’s $1.9T Stimulus Bill, Senate May Revise It
As promised, there is another round of stimulus checks coming to hurting Americans in need due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The House of Representatives have passed it; however, the final approval comes from the Senate, and they may revise it.
So, if you are single making up to $75,000, or are married making up $150,000 collectively, you are eligible for a $1400 check including dependents under 18.
Senators of both parties have discussed better targeting the payments to lower income individuals by reducing the threshold for receiving any checks. The current proposal would phase out the checks for individuals making between $75,000 and $100,000, and couples making between $150,000 and $200,000. -masslive.com
The revision the Senate could make is highlighted in bold, above.
So, basically, if you've received a stimulus at full amount because you've qualified for the previous two stimulus checks (in terms of annual income), that may change this time.
President Biden came up with the $1400 dollar amount to commit to an election promise of $2000 per individual he made the campaign trail. The "other $600" we received back in December under President Trump.
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