Second stimulus calculator: See how much money you'll get

Congress has agreed to a $900 billion stimulus package to help Americans through the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the highlights, starting with direct stimulus checks.

Direct checks: $600 for adults and $600 for dependents, instead of $1,200 per adult and $500 for dependents in the first round this spring. If you got a check this spring, you'll get one this time because the criteria are the same. A family of four could receive as much as $2,400 under the HEALS Act.

Based on 2019 tax returns, individuals making less than $75,000 and couples making less than $150,000 will get the full amount. It's phased out above that. Checks could go out in the next couple of weeks because the IRS has already done this once.

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Unemployment benefits: A $300-a-week boost in unemployment benefits, on top of state benefits. This boost is half as much as the $600-a-week boost from this spring, which ended in late July. The new extension will last through mid-March. Self-employed workers and gig workers will qualify, as they did the first time.

Also: $325 billion in business relief, including an extension of the Paycheck Protection Program meant to keep workers on companies' payrolls instead of laying them off and $15 billion for performing arts venues; $25 billion for struggling renters; funding for schools; funding for contact tracing; funding for vaccine distribution.

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