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The government is just getting started in sending out $1,200 in stimulus relief money it promised to millions of Americans.
Many already say it won’t be enough.
A recent survey from SimplyWise, a retirement income technology company, found that 63% of respondents said they will need another stimulus check within the next three months.
Currently, the government is slated to make one-time payments of $1,200 to individuals and $2,400 to couples, provided they meet specific qualifications. The payments are targeted at individuals who earn up to $75,000 and couples with income up to $150,000. Eligible dependents could get $500.
Beyond those limits, the payments are reduced and completely phase out at $99,000 in income for individuals and $198,000 for couples who file tax returns jointly and have no children.
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