After this month, the federal government is supposed to provide Americans with financial assistance amidst another wave of coronavirus infections and this time due to the emergence of the Omicron variant, by sending payments under stimulus check in the United States.
Till now, there have been three rounds of economic stimulus checks, but there are still other stimulus checks for which you may be eligible by January 2022.
Another stimulus check-in this month will prove to be a relief for a lot of families who have been hit amid the pandemic and aid them to meet their daily necessities.
In that context, this stimulus check could turn out to be a savior for several families going through economic crises.
The U.S. Government is supposed to send more stimulus payments to give the required protections to those who are impacted as a result of this COVID-19 pandemic.
We added 6.4 million jobs last year.
That’s the most jobs in any calendar year by any president in history.
How? The American Rescue Plan got the economy off its back and humming again — and 200 million vaccinations got Americans out of their homes and back to work.
— President Biden (@POTUS) January 7, 2022
Groups Qualified for a Potential Stimulus Check-in January
Most probably, the federal government will continue to provide stimulus checks this month to select workers and states have made use of multiple of their federal relief to give bonuses to teachers. Majorly frontline workers of any walk of life, some even give stimulus checks to state residents who qualify the income threshold.
The other eligible group is babies who were born last year. These are the most recent Americans who are entitled to get the payments of an amount of up to $1,400 from that third and maybe last round of checks that will be provided in March.
To be eligible for the entire amount, your family would have to meet the income thresholds. Keep in mind, the income threshold is $75,000 for individuals or $150,000 for married people who file jointly.
We’ve added more than 300,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs since I took office, and we’re going to keep at it. Because more of what we buy in America should be made in America.
— President Biden (@POTUS) January 3, 2022