A new proposal would provide monthly stimulus payments of up to $1,250 to families earning less than $200,000 per year.
Americans may receive a stimulus check as a result of the Family Security Act.
This is an attempt to replace the advance child tax credit payments that were discontinued in 2021.
Senator Mitt Romney proposed the legislation.
The program is known as the Family Security Act, and it aims to combat child poverty.
Eligibility criteria for proposed stimulus checks
Families would receive $350 for each child under the age of six, and $250 for each child aged six to seventeen.
The bill is currently being negotiated.
To qualify, families with one taxpayer must earn $200,000 or less.
States in which residents can still receive payments
Joint filers are not allowed to earn more than $400,000 per year.
Every $1,000 earned in excess of the limit will result in a $50 deduction from the payment.
A monthly working requirement of 80 hours may be imposed.
Working, volunteering, and training are all examples of this.