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Live updates on the Fourth Stimulus Check: $200 in Social Security, $8,000 in Child Tax Credit, and a 2% increase in the Consumer Price Index in 2022


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— Congress is considering adding more Covid-19 stimulus to the government budget package.

— The national unemployment rate falls to 3.9 percent in December, the lowest level since the pandemic began.

– Replenish Uninsured people would be excluded from a better plan approved by the House, which would limit insulin pricing at $35 per month.

— The COLA 2022 increase would result in an approximately $92 increase in social security benefits this year.

— Due to Congress’ failure to pass the Build Back Better bill, there will be no direct payment of the Child Tax Credit this month.

— In 2022, certain families will be eligible for up to $8,000 in stimulus payments.


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Tax Credit for Children

— Will the Child Tax Credit be extended after the Senate failed to pass the Build Back Better bill earlier this month?

– What is Senator Manchin’s take on President Biden’s Build Back Better proposals?

Checks for Stimulus

— A story claims that the Boston Bomber received a stimulus cheque.

– How many stimulus checks have been mailed out in the last year?

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— Social Security recipients are due for an increase in COLA, but may they also be eligible for an extra $200 this month?

– What does the 5.9% increase in the Consumer Price Index mean for Social Security recipients?

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