If the second round of stimulus checks stays at a $600 per person cap, our stimulus check calculator can help you estimate your household’s expected total.
How much money would you or your family get with aof up to $600 for and ? That’s the question once again now that President Donald Trump indicated on Tuesday night that the new that Congress passed Monday night, making it law. At least not without a of up to .
While we monitor that new turn of events, we’ll share what we know now about the way the IRS would calculate the. Understanding the upper limit is easy, but as with the first payment, there’s a tangle of rules in place that together decide how much stimulus money your household can actually get. For example, the most an adult who can get is $600 apiece. That becomes more complicated as you add in child dependents — each one under 17 years old would bring in an additional $600. And the reality is that with this , more people are expected to hit an income limit that could make them .
Our calculator for thisbreaks down how much you might be able to receive, based on the rules Congress has set out for this $600 payment (here’s the from March). Keep in mind that our calculator tool is for estimates only, and is not a final figure supplied by the IRS. There may be other factors that could determine the final size of your payment. This tool will not store or share your personal details. This story was recently updated.