Americans began receivingof up to and , days after President Donald Trump . While there’s been talk of that $600 maximum, that’s .
So now with a $600 per-person limit fused into place for this, we wanted to help answer some questions about all sorts of — including age or retirement status — that could affect your eligibility or the .
For example, the government considers your, , pension, and whether you when determining how much of the up to $600 payment you’ll receive. The priority group you’re in may also impact how . You may also have questions about how to and . We can help. (This story has been updated with new information.)
Anyone age 65 or older at the end of 2019 is considered athat year and beyond. (If you have questions about citizenship requirements, more below.)
Am I eligible for a second stimulus check?
Whether or not you’re eligible for a second stimulus check (and if you are,) depends on your adjusted gross income, or AGI, from your 2019 federal tax filing.
If you have a pension or investments that are taxable, they will affect your AGI, and therefore your eligibility for a stimulus check. The same is true for interest from a bank account. However, interest from tax-exempt bonds is not included in your AGI, so wouldn’t affect your stimulus payment eligibility…Read more>>