Congress passed a new stimulus bill before the Christmas weekend. Although President Trump wanted to raise the second stimulus check from $600 per person to $2,000 per person, he still signed the bill into law. Unlike the previous stimulus law — the CARES Act — this new law doesn’t have a catchy name. The law […]
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