Republicans and Democrats agree they want to give Americans another round of $1,200 relief payments to help ease some of the financial pain from the coronavirus and stimulate the troubled economy.
So where’s the money?
It’s tied up in a broader clash over COVID-19 assistance, including whether to revive the $600 boost in weekly unemployment benefits that expired last month.
“If we can get a fair deal we’re willing to do it this week,” Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told CNBC on Monday. But no new negotiations are scheduled. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is trying to get some aid going on his own, through executive orders.
Here’s what we currently know about when or if you’ll get another “stimulus check” — or direct deposit or debit card.