If you think the stimulus checks you’ve been saving up to buy your next iPhone are an expensive gift from the federal government, you’re not alone.

The program has been widely criticized for being too expensive and inefficient, with some economists arguing that the checks have become a major drag on economic growth.

Now, some lawmakers are pushing back on those claims.

The stimulus checks, known as the Job Creation, Economic Growth, and Jobs Act, passed in October 2015 by Congress has been a boon for many Americans.

It provides tax credits to help businesses buy equipment, equipment to buy new equipment, and more equipment to expand production.

But the checks were originally supposed to go toward the cost of buying new equipment.

But in December of 2016, Congress cut the amount of the check to $500 per household.

The checks have since been reduced again, to $250 per household for individuals and $200 for couples.

Now that the stimulus funds are gone, the checks are going to cost $2,5 trillion.

This means that each paycheck that you spend to buy a new iPhone will cost you about $2 billion.

That’s a lot of money to put aside for retirement, which means the money you’re saving is going to be in jeopardy.

If you’re a taxpayer, you may be worried that the check you’re paying for the next iPhone will be too expensive, but that’s not necessarily the case.

Here are five reasons that you might not be saving enough to cover the cost.

The money you saved during the last recession was already being used up.

In the years after the recession, the average household used about $10,000 in discretionary income.

But after the economic recovery began, that number dropped dramatically.

Now you’re using less of that money than you were in the recession.

That means that your retirement savings are going up in the meantime, and if the economy slows down again, that means you won’t be able to keep up with the cost in retirement.

In fact, if the recession has continued for another six years, the savings you have saved in the last couple of years could be used up in just five years.

That’s because your tax bracket has increased since the recession began, and that means that most of your discretionary income is going toward the higher taxes you pay.

This means that you’re probably not going to save the money to cover that up, so you’re stuck paying taxes that are going higher, too.

You’re also going to have to work a lot more in order to pay for the additional expenses of the next two years.

In other words, you’ll have to take a pay cut in order for your retirement to keep pace with inflation.

And you’re still going to pay the price.

If you work a job that isn’t directly related to the stimulus, you will still pay taxes that will go up.

So if you have a job where you have to pay taxes on your 401(k), you’re going to end up paying more taxes in the future.

This is just one reason why the stimulus was a good idea, but it’s not the only one.

The economy is going through a major economic recession right now.

If the economy is really bad, you don’t have time to prepare for the future, which is why many people have taken out large loans to buy retirement savings.

But if the stimulus money was a big part of your retirement, you could save some money by going through your savings to get ready for retirement.

The government can save you money by buying up government bonds, which are securities that are guaranteed by the government, and by making these bonds into bonds that are available for purchase.

This allows you to use the money that the government is making on the stimulus payments to purchase bonds that pay you back over time.

The government could use this money to buy bonds that it could sell later in the year to people who might not have enough money to purchase the bonds.

But people are worried that buying a bunch of bonds that people won’t buy when the economy actually does slow down might be a bad idea, so they’re trying to avoid the stock market crash and other market disasters that may happen if the market crashes.

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