The House of Representatives passed the $ 1.9 trillion aid package for Covid-19 on Saturday, leaving only a Senate vote and President Biden’s signature between the Americans and aid checks of $ 1,400.

To be eligible for the full $ 1,400, individuals must have an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) less than $ 75,000. Married couples filing together must have an AGI under $ 150,000 to receive the full $ 2,800.

In the last two rounds of stimulus checks, parents with dependents under the age of 17 were entitled to an additional check for each child. However, there is no age limit for dependents in the third round, which means an eligible family with one dependent adult and one dependent child could receive up to $ 5,600.

But an AGI over $ 75,000 doesn’t mean you’ll leave this final round of relief empty-handed. The amount of stimulus a person receives gets smaller with every $ 100 they make over $ 75,000 before disappearing completely when a person has an AGI greater than $ 100,000, or a pair has an AGI greater than $ 200,000.

To see how much relief you can expect, the personal finance website Grow has created a calculator that takes into account your application status, annual income, and the number of dependents you have.

To see how much your Stimulus Check could make, just enter your AGI – click here for help with the calculation – and more information below.