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Where Veterans included in the stimulus plan?


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I had read the Senate was considering an extra $200 a month in the checks of SSA, SSI, and veteran disability.

The $200 would have lasted into the end of 2021.

Has anybody heard anything?

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I seen on CNN Where the House Senate  will vote today (1:00pm EST) on who gets what and how much,  most of this stimulus package will go to the big corporations and medical to Pay Workers who have been sent home to stay during this outbreak.

As for as I know every American should get something?

Personally I don't think they know who gets what and how much?

i NEVER HEARD ANYTHING ABOUT SSI ADDING 200.00 MONTH TO THESE CHECKS UNTIL 2021?

but they did make a ''DEAL''on the 2 trillion stimulus package.

WE SHOULD KNOW MORE TONIGHT.

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I read a news article yesterday regarding veterans and social security recipients. Because they are already receiving direct direct deposit, it would be easier to get the payments out to them.

Like @Buck52, I have not heard about the extra $200, but it would be nice...

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I heard that 200 buck thing as well-once at Fox, but nothing more on it.

Certainly any disabled veteran who is still working with receipt of a SC comp amount as well ,should be included in the Stimulus payment....along with any non disabled veteran who is employed.They said the cut off would be $99,000 or more per year wages.

I think they said they would use IRS 2018 tax info to determine what Americans get the stimulus but- who knows---

I was on ZOOM for an hour and watched the news when I was done, and the news still seems to be the same- nothing concrete on the Stimulus.......

 

 

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From what I have been hearing the stimulus monies are taxable. 

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