What’s in the $2 Trillion Senate Coronavirus Bill

How households, businesses, taxes and more are affected by the package

As the Senate struggles to pass a coronavirus rescue package, WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib looks at four key differences between this bailout and the one of 2008 and 2009. Photo: Saul Loeb / Getty Images

The Senate’s $2 trillion emergency aid bill is nearing the finish line in Congress, as lawmakers moved to cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak. Here is a look at the major pieces of the package, and how households and businesses are set to benefit, based on where the legislation stood late Wednesday.

We’ve broken it into four parts: the top lines, households and workers, business and banking, and personal finance and taxes.

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