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President Obama signed the stimulus bill on Feb. 17. Now the hard part begins: implementation. We asked readers for their questions and then got experts to answer the most common queries.
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Tom Ganem, 28, is a senior business analyst for Charles Schwab. Hew was one the hundreds of people who wrote in with questions.
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Explain the Make Work Pay credit. Will it really come on our paychecks?
What if only one of us works? Do we still qualify?
Will I qualify for the $8,000 homebuyer tax credit?
Will I have to payback the previous $7,500 credit?
Am I a first-time homebuyer?
Will my unemployment benefits be extended?
Do I qualify for subsidized COBRA benefits?
Are there any benefits for seniors and retirees?
Does the stimulus package include a tax credit for new auto purchases?
How much of the infrastructure spending goes to roads and bridges?
How much will each state receive?
Where can I read the bill?
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Last updated February 24 2009: 6:58 AM ET
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