The first wave of stimulus checks could go out as early as this weekend, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
However, some Americans may be in for a surprise.
Lawmakers lowered the thresholds for partial payments in this round, meaning that some people may find themselves with too much income to get any money.
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But there still may be a small window of time for you to lower your 2020 taxable income and qualify for more money, according to Garrett Watson, a senior policy analyst at the Tax Foundation.
Check out this video for a full breakdown of how you may be eligible for more cash.
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