(FinancialHealth.net) – When President Donald Trump signed the CARES Act, he provided Americans with direct payments. In the months since, there have been back and forth discussions about whether to give people more stimulus checks to get them through the COVID-19 pandemic. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (KY-R) discussed the issue this week and gave us a glimpse into what Congress might do.
During an event in Kentucky on July 6, McConnell said he thinks people who “make about $40,000 a year or less” could be part of the next coronavirus relief package.
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President Trump also supports another round of stimulus checks. In June, he told a journalist his administration was discussing “very generous” payments.
Another round of stimulus checks would be great for the millions of Americans who are struggling to get by. The economy is improving, but for some it isn’t fast enough, and they just need a little boost. Hopefully, Congress gives it to them.
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