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National Coronavirus Recovery Commission

The National Coronavirus Recovery Commission will help shape the work of decision-makers at the highest levels of government and inform the public about the policies that should be implemented for navigating toward the recovery and restoration from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here’s how your coronavirus stimulus check affects your taxes

Stimulus checks are landing in the bank accounts of about 80 million taxpayers this week, providing welcome relief to Americans suffering from lost income and jobs. But many are also wondering how the checks — called “Economic Impact Payments” by the IRS — will impact their taxes.
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