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.
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.
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.