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How much will I get from the government stimulus payment?

Answer

Updated March, 2021

Many taxpayers will be receiving a $1,400 payment. Single-filers with income less than $80,000 but more than $75,000 will receive a smaller amount than $1,400. This is also the same for married joint-filers making less than $160,000 but more than $150,000.

The plan also calls for dependents to receive $1,400, each. This time, that will include adult dependents. For example, an eligible family of three would receive $4,200.

More information about Economic Impact Payments can be found here:

More Coronavirus FAQs from Low Income Households

  • Do I have to do anything if I’m on a rental subsidy program and become unemployed or lose hours from coronavirus?
  • Are housing authorities still open during the coronavirus outbreak?
  • Can I be evicted if I can't pay rent because of coronavirus?
  • Are there coronavirus assistance programs for landlords?
  • Do I have to pay all of my back rent when the CDC moratorium ends?