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IRS Stimulus Check: When and How You Can Track Your COVID-19 Relief Payment

The IRS has announced its plan to launch a tracking service that will be positioned for access on the 17th of April. This tracking process, placed by the government, will allow people to track the arrival of their checks. The format of this service is set to take application stores, creating models that will hoist mobile support, laptop access, and other forms of connections. The tool is being titled ‘Get My Payment’ and it will back the revenue service plan to detail when your check will hit your bank account. If your family filed their tax returns via direct deposit but opted for a pre-paid credit card as the payment format, the tracking service will adapt to showcase when your check will hit the mailbox.

COVID-19 stimulus checks are already being processed by the revenue service. Over 50 million payments were processed on Saturday of last week, marking the beginning of roll-out to personal accounts. The money will hit your account by the 15th of April if you have filed your tax return in either 2018 or 2019. The amount you will receive will be reflected on your latest tax return claim, so if you haven’t filed since 2018, the data will be driven from this year of income. Most banks have already been forwarded to the list of eligible participants that will be receiving their payments on the 15th, so check with your local bank account to see if the amount shows as pending. This is an alternative tracking measure that has been forwarded throughout banking systems across the nation.

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