“It’s never too late to retire early”

08 Jan 2021 | How to double your stimulus check



The Late Investor

“It’s never too late to retire early”

How to double your stimulus check

How to double your stimulus check
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After Congress reached an agreement about the new coronavirus relief bill last month, the IRS has been sending out millions of stimulus checks. Under the CARES Act, Americans are entitled to receive $600 per person, this time around.

In the spring of 2020, Americans received up to $1,200 each in stimulus payments. Although the stimulus checks are smaller this time, there are still ways to make the most of this money. If you can afford to invest your check wisely, you could potentially double your cash.



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Gordon Fox
Gordon Fox is the editor of investinglate.com and writes about Investments, Savings, and how to make the most of your money