The Internal Revenue Service created different priority groups to send out, approved as part of the CARES Act in March, over several months. Though most who were have received their money, . If a of up to (and ) happens, the priority group system is likely to be used once again.
The overall timeline for legislation remains in question as an agreement may not happen before the.
“The fact is that the president has been back and forth: ‘Stop the negotiations,”http://www.cnet.com/”Oh, I want more money than Nancy,”http://www.cnet.com/”I hope she’ll agree with me,”http://www.cnet.com/” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday. “But he has to talk to the Senate Republicans.”
What does this all mean for you? Acould , but nothing is guaranteed. Take a look at four potential timelines that could be used for a second stimulus payment, and learn which priority groups get paid first and last. We update this