Washington lawmakers seem to agree that more people should get oneworth up to , but the gap between Republican and Democratic proposals is wide. The wants to include a group that was left out the first time, while the Heroes Act (passed in the House of Representatives in May and cold-blooded in the Senate) seeks to challenge more people.
Below we take a look at the highlights offor clues as to who may or may not be included in the end if an agreement is reached. This story was updated recently.
Who would receive a stimulus check if the HEALS law was passed?
If the HEALS law became law, it would largely repeat the solvency stipulated in the CARES law with a new allowance for dependents:
- A single U.S. citizen with an adjusted gross income or AGI of less than $ 99,000
- A head of household earning less than $ 146,500
- A couple who submit without children and earn less than $ 198,000
- One depending on every age
According to the CARES Act, the limit for receiving a dependent check of $ 500 was 16 years and younger. Students under the age of 24 were not eligible for a check. The Republican proposal would exclude those in prison and those who have recently died from qualifying for a check. The bill would also prohibit creditors and banks from seizing the debt payment.
The vision of the Heroes Act on stimulus check suitability
The democratic proposal would offer broader admission parameters in the Heroes Act, which the House of Representatives put forward on May 15. Although the Republicans of the Senate and President Donald Trump are against the plan, we can look at this bill to see the democratic position at the top limits who could qualify for a comprehensive proposal:
- Individuals who have earned less than $ 99,000 based on their gross adjusted income from their 2018 or 2019 taxes (whichever was most recently submitted)
- Students, relatives over 17, disabled relatives and parents of taxpayers
- Families of up to five people for a limit of $ 6,000 per family
- SSDI receiver
- Individuals who are not U.S. citizens but make tax returns, pay taxes, and otherwise comply with federal tax law use an individual tax identification number instead of a social security number
Here is who has not received a stimulus check with the CARES Act
According to the CARES law, which came into force in March, these groups were excluded from receiving the first payment:
- Individual taxpayers with one over $ 99,000
- Heads of household with an AGI of over $ 136,500
- Married couples with an AGI over $ 198,000
- Children over 16 and students under 24
- Non-resident aliens as defined by the U.S. government
When will the congress reach an agreement on the admission requirements?
While Republican and Democratic negotiators meet daily to work out the details of the new stimulus package, the two sides are far apart. However, if they reach agreement soon, the House and Senate could vote on the bill next week.
To give negotiators more time to strike a deal, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have postponed the start of their chambers’ August recess. After the sides have reached an agreement, the economic stimulus package will not take effect until the President signs it by law.
And although we won’t know for sure until the two sides come together in the next stimulus package, we have a good idea.
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Julie Snyder and Shelby Brown contributed to this report.