Beggs, Beth
March 2009
Graham Leader;3/15/2009, Vol. 133 Issue 61, p4A
The author shares her idea about the proposed stimulus package in the U.S. She claims that the proposed $600 for each adult and $300 for kids, to be given by the said package, will not be actually received as they are for advance on the taxes that they are going to pay. However, instead of giving check to every American, she suggests that it should be given only to people who know how to spend money wisely. She adds that young people will only spend their money on frivolous things.


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