In this stimulus update for April 29 I go over what Mitch McConnell said about what he wants to see from states in return for additional federal funding, how Chuck Schumer responded, what a chief White House brainiac said about the prospect of additional stimulus checks, the IRS Tool for Non-Filers for Spanish speakers, what the Trump administration thinks about dead people getting stimulus checks, the Paycheck Protection Program loans (and the Lakers), the Economic Injury Disaster Loan loans and advances, and more!
Of course, I also answer users' questions pertaining to not receiving $500 for your child, being a dependent in 2018 but not in 2019, the EIDL, having separate bank accounts with your spouse (even though you file your taxes jointly), and representative payees.
The stimulus I am referring to is the CARES Act that was signed into law on March 27, 2020.
The information I am sharing is current as of the morning of April 29, 2020.
However, the government is changing its mind on the stimulus on an almost daily basis, so any information stated in this video may change tomorrow.