Aimee Picchi, Special to USA TODAY Published 9:15 a.m. ET March 29, 2020 | Updated 9:16 a.m. ET March 29, 2020CLOSE Congress has passed, President Trump has signed, a $2 trillion stimulus bill that includes checks to taxpayers. Here’s how to see what you might get. USA TODAYMillions of workers and their families will receive a one-time check from the government as part of the coronavirus stimulus package. Most adults will get $1,200, while children will receive another $500. For workers who have already lost their jobs because of the pandemic’s hit to the economy, that extra money will likely be immediately put to good use — paying rent, mortgages, utility bills and more. But if you have a paycheck, what’s the best use of that money? Should you save it, pay down debt or spend it to help keep your local economy working? It’s a tricky calculation given the unknowns facing many families, such as whether the pandemic will linger for months or if businesses will resume normal operations within weeks. Layoffs are rippling through the economy, not only hurting restaurant workers but professionals such as lawyers and insurance providers. On top of those “what ifs,” America’s outstanding credit card debt and


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