Reproduced from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Chart: Axios Visuals
More Americans are saving stimulus money this time around.
Details: Recipients without a college degree plan to use the funds to pay down debt.
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Climb up the income scale and the likelihood that stimulus checks will be saved — not spent or put toward paying down debt — drops, according to the New York Fed.
The bottom line: "[T]he high levels of saving should facilitate more spending in the future," researchers there say.
A word of caution for those expecting an immediate spending boom: There's a "great deal of uncertainty ... about the pace of this spending increase and the extent of pent-up demand."
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