Will the American taxpayers receive a stimulus check for 2009? How will the mortgage modification program outlined work if and when some lenders refuse to cooperate with the stimulus package? Will there be any other sort of 2009 stimulus check given out this year? Will there be a 2010 stimulus check?
Only a small percentage of Americans will be eligible and benefit from the 2009 stimulus package for a stimulus check in 2009. Americans that are on social security and other retirement incomes will receive the 2009 stimulus check. All other Americans that are working will receive an increase on their paycheck in the form of of a tax credit totaling $400 for 2009, about $13 per paycheck. Those on unemployment benefits have a few benefits as well from the stimulus package.
The mortgage modification program does not apply to everyone nor is everyone qualified for the program. Those that do meet the requirements for buying their first house and in the certain time period that it is bought will get the benefits of the mortgage program.
This is the only stimulus check sent out in 2009 for those on retirement incomes. If you didn’t get one yet and you weren’t eligible to receive the one sent out you will not be receiving one.
As of this time there is no information on if there is a 2010 stimulus check or how it would work.
That is all of the current information that President Obama has presented for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. For those on social security the stimulus checks will begin to be sent out from the middle of May 2009 through the end of June 2009.
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