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Here are five ways to get COVID-19 relief money as people anticipate a fourth stimulus check

American households have been waiting for a fourth stimulus check, but it looks like the possibility of that is slim.

There are some other ways that families can benefit from stimulus money.

One way to get additional money is through the child tax credits, and the opportunity to sign up is almost over.

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There are two more payments on Nov. 15 and Dec. 15, and families get $300 per child under age 6 and $250 per child age 6 to 17.

Check the IRS website to check your eligibility.

The Federal Communications Commission is offering a $50 discount as well as $100 off a new computer or laptop of eligible for those working from home.


Applicants can check their eligibility on the FCC page and also need to contact a broadband provider that’s participating in the program.

There’s also a chance for people who rent or own homes to be given financial assistance through the federal Homeowners Assistance Fund.

To be eligible, you must make under 80% of the median income for your area.


There is a grant program for farmers and food workers that will provide a one time payment of $600 through various channels, including state agencies, nonprofits, or tribal governments.

To get the grant you must apply through grants.gov.

Related: Billions of dollars available for Americans still struggling without fourth stimulus check, but states aren’t paying residents. How much are you owed?



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