Estimates for the Senate Democratic Plan (Booker-Bennet-Brown proposal) assume full payments for 2020, meaning $4,500 for each person in a household. The payments are phased out at a rate of 5 percent of adjusted gross income (AGI) exceeding $180,000 for married couples and $90,000 for unmarried taxpayers.

This table reflects the modified Senate GOP plan released March 22. It assumes that everyone eligible for payments under the GOP plan eventually receives them, which may not always be the case as explained in the analysis. The Senate GOP plan provides payments of up to $2,400 for married couples and $1,200 for unmarried taxpayers plus $500 for each child under age 17. The benefits begin to phase out for those with incomes greater than $150,000 for married couples, $75,000 for singles, and $112,500 for single parents.