Democrats unveiled final details of the third Covid-19 relief package Monday night, and there’s good news for Americans who are considered dependents, including college students and disabled adults. Under the latest provisions, they’ll be eligible to receive the $1,400 stimulus payments.

The latest relief package, which is expected to pass Congress in the coming weeks through a budget reconciliation process, includes $1,400 payments for both children and non-child dependents, such as college students, disabled adults and even older Americans who are claimed as a dependent for tax purposes.

Previous rounds of stimulus checks were limited to child dependents, which meant roughly 13.5 million adult dependents missed out on the payments, according to an analysis of the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey by the People’s Policy Project think tank.

According to details released by the House Ways and Means Committee, the new relief package is set to pay out up to $1,400 to individual Americans making less than $75,000 and couples earning less than $150,000 in adjusted gross income (AGI).

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