Now, to calculate the UV balance, total received, and total sent of an address, you follow this pseudo-algorithm: At the end of all the outputs in the blockchain, the Uv amount will have a value that is similar in concept to a balance. But here we can also see why this is a very tricky notion:

How does the total amount of payment work?

The estimated total amount of payments and workload is in line with the guidelines for respectively compensation and duties of CHWs from the Ministry of Health. A tax credit is added to the total amount of payments you have made throughout the year, and therefore reduces your tax bill in an amount equal to the credit.

### Is there difference between total received and spendable balance?

Yes, there is a difference between having the key to spend from an address and simply totalling in and out. But if you have the key pair to spend from an address, its final total is precisely exactly a ‘spendable balance’. I have no idea how the block explorers lack a consensus on account balances.

What’s the maximum amount of money you can make in a month?

The monthly maximum Federal amounts for 2019 are \$771 for an eligible individual, \$1,157 for an eligible individual with an eligible spouse, and \$386 for an essential person.

#### What’s the maximum amount of money you can make on social security?

The latest such increase, 1.3 percent, becomes effective January 2021. The monthly maximum Federal amounts for 2021 are \$794 for an eligible individual, \$1,191 for an eligible individual with an eligible spouse, and \$397 for an essential person.

How much money can you get from the stimulus?

Each dependent counts for \$1,400. Dependents are no longer restricted by age. College students, adult children with disabilities and older adult relatives will now count toward \$1,400 each. Unlike the rules around the first two stimulus checks, you can’t receive any money if you exceed the upper income limit, even if you have dependents.

## What’s the income limit for a partial stimulus check?

Head of household who makes less than \$112,500. Married couple filing jointly who make less than \$150,000. If you made more than that amount, you won’t get the full \$1,400, but you could get a partial check — as long as you don’t hit the upper income limit for the third payment.