The linked article is from The Hill
"The payments are essentially an advance on a credit against 2020 taxes. People who receive advance payments based on their 2018 or 2019 income but qualify for a bigger credit amount based on their income this year will receive the remainder of the credit amount to which they are entitled when they file their 2020 tax returns next year.
Recipients will not have to pay any money back to the government if their 2020 income is greater than their income in previous years, according to a Republican aide for the Senate Finance Committee."
I hope someone can figure this out better than I've been able to buy it sounds like this is just an advance on my own money.Questions and answers on coronavirus relief checks