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Stimulus Calculator: See How Much Is Coming to You

by Kurt Knutsson

Amazing news for families who have been struggling during this pandemic — stimulus checks are on their way! This allows many financially insecure people to breathe a sigh of relief as they now have a way to make ends meet. If you’re not sure what to do with your check, take a look at this Walmart check cashing guide as there’s always a Walmart near, no matter where you are!

If you’re not sure how much you’re going to receive from the government then there are now ways to check.

A couple of mathematicians in the UK built an easy online stimulus check calculator where you answer 4 questions to determine how much of the US Dept of Treasury is planning to send you.

The initial stimulus package aims to pay as much as $1200 for single Americans, $2400 for married couples and another $500 per child.

However, the more you earned, the less you are eligible to receive according to built-in caps.

Entering in your income in the *Stimulus Calculator reveals what you can expect to receive within three weeks. Payments will come to bank account associated with IRS payments. If no electronic account on file, you will be mailed a check.

*Please note, when you visit the page above, you do not need to click the “Donate to WHO” button in order to determine the stimulus check you would receive.

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1 comment

Jonathan Santamaria March 28, 2020 - 9:23 am

We are a small business employer. Can we use the amount designated as calculated, $1200 or $2400 based on employee’s Federal tax withholding status, as a one time reduction in their pay cycle? This will help us the ability to continue, to keep or extend to pay our employees.

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