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The IRS will issue the payment to you via direct deposit using the banking information for the most recent years income tax filing. If you did not use direct deposit, you will receive a check in the mail.

If you have not filed your 2018 or 2019 tax return yet, doing so will be the fastest and best way to update your bank information. Otherwise, after the direct deposit has failed with the IRS, they will send your check to you in the mail.

If your direct deposit is up-to-date or your mailing address is accurate, the government stated it will take up to 3 weeks for you to receive your check. If your information is not up to date, it will take longer.

All taxpayers will receive a notice in the mail about 1 week after the check has been issued and sent to you.

No. The Stimulus checks are not taxable as income.

No. Only individuals with a valid Social Security Number and who a.) solely earned up to $99,000 or b.) jointly earned up to $198,000 on your previous years filed income tax return.

Individuals with an adjusted gross income of up to $75,000 will receive UP TO $1,200. Married Couples with an adjust joint income of up to $150,000 will receive UP TO $2,400. Those with children under the age of 16 will receive an additional $500 per child.

Yes. You will be credited your full amount when you file your tax return.

If you received more than the amount you should have according to the Stimulus guidelines, you will NOT have to pay the IRS back. You can keep Stimulus money.

Visit https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments and fill out the “Get My Payment” application.

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