Published: Mon, March 15, 2021
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Track the Status of Your Third Stimulus Check | 103.5 KTU

Track the Status of Your Third Stimulus Check | 103.5 KTU

Now her third $1,400 payment is showing the wrong bank account information again on the agency's tool at a time when her medical bills are piling up. Reached for comment, an IRS spokesperson had no immediate information about when the updates would appear.

Payment Status Not Available: Either the EIP3 was not processed, or the taxpayer is not eligible for a 2021 stimulus payment under the Rescue America Plan Act.

So, maybe it will take a bit longer for some, but CNBC says the vast majority of payments "are expected to be deployed" across the "next few weeks". The IRS said some recipients could have already received their payment. Later, the citizens who requested the check printed via postal mail and, finally, those who expect to receive the money through EIP (prepaid) cards, in the same way, via postal mail.

The initial batch of $1,400 checks has started landing into people's bank accounts.

Similar to the first two rounds of the COVID-19 stimulus assistance, taxpayers will be able to track the status of their payments by going to this IRS portal, "Get My Payment".

The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Services have started sending out the first batch of the third round of USA coronavirus relief payments - $1,400 for single taxpayers earning less than $75,000 and $2,800 for married couples making less than $150,000 - which anchor the president's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.

The $1.9 trillion stimulus package signed by President Joe Biden on Thursday includes $1,400 direct payments to qualifying individuals.

The IRS reports the page will be updated once a day - usually overnight.

Most families will get $1,400 per person, including all dependents claimed on their tax return.

This will show up if your stimulus check has not yet been processed or if you are not eligible for money.

If a person's job situation changed past year because of the pandemic, which led to millions of people losing jobs or being forced to work reduced hours, officials said that the IRS will adjust the size of the new impact payments after the 2020 return has been filed and provide a supplemental payment if that is called for.

Once again, the US government is handing out money.

People with adjusted gross income exceeding $75,000 will receive smaller payments, which drop to zero once income hits $80,000. "I'm exhausted of going to bed hungry", says Deckard, a 33-year-old unemployed author. "The payments will be delivered automatically to taxpayers even as the IRS continues delivering regular tax refunds". "It seems like the people who need the money most can't get it".

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