After much debate, Congress passed the highly-discussed stimulus package on March 27, 2020. The $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package, named the CARES Act, includes aid to Americans via direct cash assistance, additional unemployment income, and additional business tax credits. Because the CARES Act is a 880 page legislative document, I thought it would be helpful to provide a quick summary detail about the stimulus package. Namely, I will focus on the direct cash assistance portion of the bill as this seems to be the area that interests most individuals. So, if you want to learn about the stimulus checks, please continue to read below where I answer some frequently asked questions about the coronavirus stimulus check including: Will I get a stimulus check from the coronavirus stimulus package? Am I eligible for the stimulus check? When will I receive the stimulus check? How to maximize my stimulus check? Related Posts: - Tax Tips for Bloggers: Four things every
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