In case you didn’t hear, President Biden has already signed The American Rescue Plan into law.
Yes, that came one day sooner than originally planned but he didn’t want to waste any time.
But that isn’t even the best news — because he signed it into law an entire day earlier, White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that stimulus checks will begin hitting banks accounts this weekend.
That is way earlier than originally planned which was planned towards the end of the month.
She said that the checks will begin to hit bank accounts this weekend for those who have their direct deposit info on hand at Treasury and the IRS.
Now, if you are not sure if the IRS has your bank info, if you’ve filed your 2019 or 2020 taxes, they do.
The check will be deposited to the same account you use for your tax refund.
If they don’t happen to have your bank info or your bank has changed, you will need to wait to receive your stimulus check via email.
It’ll come in either a check or debit card form so don’t throw away any mail even if it looks like junk.
So, keep an eye on your bank accounts this weekend because you might just receive your $1,400 stimulus!
And if you are wondering how much you’ll get, use this Stimulus Check Calculator Here.