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Stimulus check math: Here’s why you might get more or less than $1,200 per person

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Do you know how your stimulus check money really works out? Angela Lang/CNET If you care about the size of your next stimulus check, or wonder how the IRS calculated the first one, you’re in the right place.

Knowing how the IRS determines how much money you get is important for understanding the cloudy brew of working out how much each household gets in a payment.

Here, we’ll help explain how the IRS works out totals that can be far greater or far less than $1,200 per individual.


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