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Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Stimulus Check Update: How You Can Create Your Own Payment

It has been ascertained that the Biden administration has put up quite a number of stimulus check relief for the pandemic. One of them includes the child tax credit- creation out of the American Rescue Plan of President Joe Biden. There have been payments from $300 per month made- which would be hitting bank accounts throughout the next six months- as the first one began in July and the rest of them are going out on the 13th of August.

At the same time, there are quite a few citizens who have held onto the hope for another check- especially in the states of California, Texas, Florida, and New Mexico. 

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The federal government has already gone ahead and allocated almost $46 billion which would be aimed towards rental assistance. The CDC has already put into place another eviction moratorium that should, ideally, last till October. Nevertheless, there are a few other methods of making one’s own stimulus check- if you are careful enough. 

Creating Your Own Stimulus Check

If you have a second job, you would be able to greatly supplement your first job’s salary- which is something the stimulus check did previously in the pandemic. Since there has been an increase in the gig economy, there have been more and more options for a worker to navigate their second job around the main job.

If you have been looking towards a side hustle, you wouldn’t be finding any shortage of options where you could dip into- which depends on your skillset and interests. If you want to, you could go the traditional route with jobs like babysitting, dog walking, tutoring, and lawn care. 

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Another way to supplement your stimulus check would be to clean out belongings that you might not need any further. This would help you earn a little more cash if you would look towards a garage sale or a yard sale. There are more platforms from which you can get more money- like Craigslist, Facebook marketplace, or eBay. 

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