You'll need your AGI for your taxes
You can find your adjusted gross income, or AGI, on your latest tax return. It's used to determine eligibility for certain deductions and credits., should it become law. The stimulus checks are one-time direct payments being sent to low and middle-income Americans. The exact amount each person will receive is based on the AGI reported on their latest tax return; the maximum payment is $1,200 for individuals, plus an additional $500 per child for parents. For most people, the relevant AGI can be found on either this year's tax return or their 2018 return. It's important to understand that AGI is different than gross income. Gross income is the amount of money you receive in any given year, including wages, tips, capital gains, business income, and retirement distributions. Once you know your gross income, you can find your AGI by subtracting above-the-line deductions, otherwise known as "adjustments to income." These deductions include the following: Student-loan interest Read more: Business Insider
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