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The best way to spend your $1,200 coronavirus stimulus check

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Many Americans can benefit from the coronavirus stimulus package. NBC senior business correspondent Stephanie Ruhle recommends spending the money on immediate needs or saving it for the future rather than thinking of this as bonus income.