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Where’s My Stimulus Check? What You Need To Know Now That the IRS Direct Deposit Deadline Has Passed

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Hundreds of thousands of American people have already received their stimulus checks from the IRS – however, many more have not. Additionally, many individuals have had issues with using the IRS Get My Payment tool online, making it difficult for them to know the status of their check or update their banking information. Despite these issues, the IRS has announced that as of Wednesday, May 13 at 9 AM they were no longer taking additional direct deposit information for stimulus checks.

This doesn’t mean you won’t get your 2020 economic impact payment though. Instead, if you’re eligible for the check, you should receive it through the mail – so you’ll need to keep an eye on your mailbox moving forward. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to track the status of your check, even if you’ll be receiving it through the mail now instead.

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    1. Wow Elise dats not right
      I got mine on may 13. We r FAMILY N I HATE U HAVEN’T GOTTEN URS. DID U DO DA IRS TING GET MY PAY. OR CALL DA IRS NUMBER. I HOPE U GET IT SOON HIT ME UP.

    2. I still didn’t get mine I filed 2018 claims 2 sign up on get my payment April15 still no date today July 8 check get my payment still saying when they have a date they will directdeposit

  1. I have not receive my stimulus check , the fist one, plus my income tax that I filed in April for the 2018 and 2019 still did not get the refund from that as well, and webt online IRS get my payment that was not working either. So what else can do to get my stimulus check and my refund. Because I’m out of options I need those checks to pay my bills. Any suggestion.

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