People Have Already Received Their $1,400 Stimulus Check. Here’s How To Check On Yours.

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In case you didn’t hear, the IRS announced the $1,400 stimulus checks would begin going out this weekend. In fact, I can already see mine pending.

Now that people are beginning to receive their $1,400 stimulus checks, you might be wondering where yours is.

Well, there will soon be an easy way to track your check.

As of right now, the best course of action is to watch your bank account. The same one used last time for your last stimulus check.

Mine was pending as of yesterday with a deposit dates of March 17, 2021. However, if it’s anything like last time, I will get it much sooner than that.

Now, if your banking info has changed since then, you’ll need to wait until the IRS opens their tool to where you can input your new banking info.

Soon the IRS will bring us an online tool, called the “Get My Payment” application, and it will make tracking your stimulus check much easier.

With this online application, you will be able to:

* Check your payment status
* Confirm your payment type: direct deposit or check
* Enter your bank account information for direct deposit if we don’t have  your direct deposit information and we haven’t sent your payment yet

IRS Website

As of right now the tool is unavailable but should be up and running any day now so make sure you bookmark the site and check it often.

Until then just check your bank account or keep your eye out on your mail (if that is how you received your stimulus check last time).

You simply go to the website, and click on the application button. It really couldn’t be any easier.

We know that eligible taxpayers will get $1,400 per person and $1,400 for each qualifying dependent. That means a family of 5, would receive $7,000.

The first batch of payments were deposited as of last night. So keep your eye out!


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