After nearly nine months and seemingly endless negotiations in Washington, millions of Americans could soon get a second stimulus check.
Congressional leaders unveiled a roughly $900 billion stimulus deal on Sunday that calls for another round of direct payments to help Americans get through the coronavirus pandemic.
The $600 checks are half as large as the $1,200 payments lawmakers approved under the CARES Act in late March, but they could give many people a short-term financial lifeline within weeks.
Who is eligible for another stimulus check?
Similar to the CARES Act, the latest stimulus deal will distribute $600 payments to individual taxpayers earning up to $75,000 a year or married couples with annual incomes up to $150,000.
When will I get my stimulus check?
The timeline for distributing the checks isn’t yet certain because Congress hasn’t actually passed the bill, which lawmakers are expected to vote on Monday. But the money could start moving fast if the CARES Act is any indication.
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