It’s been more than three months since President Donald Trump signed the CARES Act, the law that provided those $1,200 “stimulus checks” (and direct deposits and debit cards) to give Americans some financial relief from the coronavirus pandemic.
But maybe you could use more help. The outbreak is still raging and is worse than ever in many states. And millions are still struggling to meet expenses and deal with rising debt as unemployment remains high and incomes are squeezed.
So, the question keeps coming up again and again: When will there be another round of relief money?
White House and congressional officials are indicating that day may be getting closer, but they’re also suggesting new payments may come with limits.
Sorry to break it to you, but you may not get any cash this time.