Here’s How Stimulus Checks Could Cost Americans In The Long Run

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Massive federal spending meant to blunt the coronavirus’s economic impact could have long-term costs, experts say — meaning those stimulus checks might not be free money after all.

Congress’s unprecedented stimulus measures coupled with the Federal Reserve’s aggressive efforts to shore up the economy could drive up inflation in the coming years, leaving Americans with less purchasing power over time, according to reports.

Lawmakers have approved about $4 trillion in coronavirus-related stimulus spending, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, while the Fed has injected trillions more into the financial markets and cut interest rates to near zero.

Read more at NY Post.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Stimulus checks does not cost America anything. This is trillions and trillions of dollars of confiscated money from elite criminals who were sent to GTMO returned to us.

    BTW why a photo with a diaper on the money?

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