Stimulus Checks Being Released Now, Tracking Site Set To Go April 15th


More on the stimulus money tracking site

More on the stimulus money tracking site

With millions of Americans eagerly awaiting their federal stimulus checks to help them weather the the coronavirus recession, people will soon be able to find out when they can expect to get their money after the government on Wednesday launches a tracking tool called "Get My Payment." But millions of people remain unsure of when the payments will arrive because it depends on whether the IRS has your direct-deposit information and your income level. Consumers can also update their mailing addresses if they've moved since they last filed their tax returns. The "Get My Payment" service will go live atIRS.govon April 15, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a press briefing late Monday. It will let consumers check their payment status, confirm whether they prefer direct deposit or a paper check and enter their bank account information for direct deposit if the IRS doesn't have it yet.  (Click here for the "Get My Payment webiste")

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