Speaking at the White House during an interview, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that Americans can look forward to another round of stimulus checks before the end of the year.
President Trump also said he wants payments larger than the $1,200 the government sent to most individuals earlier this year.
Billions of dollars in coronavirus aid were sent to deceased individuals and millions of Americans are believed to have been infected at some point.
President Trump signaled this week that he supports sending a second round of direct cash payments to Americans still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent economic lockdown.
While the IRS has asked survivors to return the money, it's not clear they have to.
The legislation authorizing the payments during the pandemic doesn’t specifically exclude jail or prison inmates, and the IRS has refused to say exactly what legal authority it has to retrieve the money.
President Trump signaled Monday that he's open to a second stimulus check for Americans still reeling financially from the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic lockdown.
The president brought up the “Explore America” Tax Credit during a White House roundtable last month.
Earlier this week, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin suggested the Trump administration was considering sending Americans another round of stimulus checks to offset the financial pain caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic lockdown.
The Trump administration on Tuesday warned nursing homes that they will face repercussions for unlawfully seizing economic impact payments from seniors.
The payments are set to expire July 31, and Democrats have pushed a plan that would extend the enhanced benefit through January.
An unexpectedly strong jobs report makes it appear unlikely that Americans will see a new coronavirus aid bill -- or a second IRS stimulus check.
According to new numbers from the Small Business Administration, over 75,000 Arizona businesses have received funding from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), with the businesses receiving funds that total nearly $8.5 billion.
Some have reportedly mistaken their Economic Impact Payment debit cards as junk mail after being confused by the envelope.
Instead of direct deposit or even a paper check, four million people will find their stimulus payment arrive in the form of a prepaid debit card.
The $125 million fund for undocumented immigrants in the state is up and running, but some are struggling to obtain the funds as organizations work to answer tens of thousands of calls daily.
A Change.org petition aimed at getting 2020 presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden to publicly endorse a “universal basic income” of $2,000 per month for every U.S. resident.
The IRS is adding 3,500 phone representatives to handle a flood of calls from taxpayers waiting for their stimulus checks.
The Federal Trade Commission learned some nursing homes have been trying to take stimulus checks from residents who use Medicaid.
The IRS and the U.S. Treasury Department will begin sending economic stimulus payments on preloaded debit cards this week, the Trump administration said on Monday.