As America emerges from its pandemic-induced lockdowns in 2021, the economy in 2022 is at a crossroads.

In 2020 and 2021, Congress passed large stimulus packages that prevented the United States from entering 

a severe recession, or perhaps even a depression. A surge in capital also bolstered inflation, which benefited businesses and individuals.

If it will allow Americans to cope better with rising costs, or if it will drive inflation even higher. 

These are some expert opinions regarding this issue, as well as a review of the smaller stimulus payments

That either are currently being discussed or already have been approved by each state.

Further stimulus will drive up prices, according to Thesis One

The amount of money released during the pandemic has no doubt contributed to rising inflation, 

even if the amount can be debated. Approximately 3% of U.S. inflation was added to the rate from stimulus payments 

By the end of 2021, and prices have only risen higher since then. 

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