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How to use your AGI to figure out how much stimulus money you could get Should another economic relief package pass, how much money you’d get from a second stimulus check depends on your AGI, your filing status (single versus joint) and how many dependents you have. You can check out Our Home Page story on how to calculate how much money you’d get from a second stimulus check for some examples on how it could break down for you depending on your situation. 

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Trump’s executive memo on Aug. 8 involved deferring, for workers making less than $100,000 a year, the 6.2% Social Security tax taken out of paychecks. The deferment would last from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31 and taxes would have to be paid back over the course of the first four months of 2021. House Republicans introduced a bill Friday to forgive the deferred taxes, according to a report from The Hill. Trump said in multiple campaign speeches that he would forgive the taxes if he gets reelected, and there are discussions at the White House of him signing another executive action that the administration says would make the deferment more effective, as reported by The Washington Post on Wednesday.

Senators from the Democratic party asked the Social Security Administration on Aug. 19 to analyze the implications of this permanent payroll tax holiday after Jan. 1, 2021, that the president suggested. The administration chief actuary Stephen C. Goss says in a letter on Aug. 24 if there is no replacement funding for that tax, then Social Security reserves would be depleted in the middle of 2023. 

What is your AGI and why do you need it? Your AGI is your adjusted gross income — a measure of income calculated from your total income to determine how much the government can tax. Your gross income is the sum of all the money you earn in a year, including wages, dividends, alimony, capital gains, interest income, royalties, rental income and retirement distributions. AGI factors in allowable deductions from your gross income (like student loan interest, alimony payments or retirement contributions) to figure out how your income tax will be calculated. Your AGI is reported on IRS tax form 1040. 

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The payroll tax deferment was one of the four executive actions Trump signed on Aug. 8, with the other three involving what the administration referred to as enhanced unemployment benefits, an eviction moratorium and a continued deferral on student loan payments. The actions came as Democrats and Republicans continued to fall short of an agreement on the terms of a new stimulus package, which might include a second round of stimulus checks. That deadlock goes on, with a “skinny” relief bill floated by Republicans failing to pass the Senate on Friday. 

How to find your AGI if you did not file taxes last year If you didn’t file federal taxes in 2019, you can find your AGI on your 2018 federal tax return. On the 2018 1040 federal tax form, you’ll find your AGI on line 7. 

What is the payroll tax and how is it used?  A payroll tax is a tax on both an employer and employee that contributes to federal programs such as Medicare or Social Security. In the case of Trump’s executive action, it’s referring to the Social Security tax that is taken from an employee’s paycheck and also paid by the employer. 

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Single taxpayers with a social security number and an AGI under $75,000 will receive the full amount of $1,200. As your AGI goes up, the amount you’re eligible to get decreases. If your AGI is $99,000 or above, you won’t be eligible for the stimulus check. 

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