IRS stimulus check 3: What’s the timeline for mailed payments? Here’s the latest

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Paper checks and pre-paid debit cards are on their way but could take a few weeks to arrive. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that the next round of stimulus checks has gone out. In a notice posted on its website, the IRS says the next batch of stimulus checks, known as Economic Impact Payments, will be issued to taxpayers this week. Read Full Story

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The IRS is sending out 50,000 stimulus checks next month: Here’s who gets one

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The IRS is rectifying an issue where some indivuduals’ original stimulus payment went to pay their spouse’s past-due child support. With Democratic and Republican lawmakers still at odds, it’s unknown when, or if, the majority of Americans will get another stimulus check. However, there’s some good news: The IRS is sending out another round of stimulus checks to 50,000 Americans next month. Here’s what you need to know: Read Full Story

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IRS stimulus checks: Painfully slow mailed-out payments frustrate many Americans

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As early as January 6, the IRS Get My Payment tool began telling some users that their stimulus payments were scheduled to be mailed out. When you’re counting on a chunk of money from the government, few statements are more frustrating than “the check’s in the mail,” but that’s essentially what the Internal Revenue Service has been telling taxpayers over the last nine days who are still waiting for their $600 stimulus checks. Read Full Story

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Economic Impact Payment Cards: What to know if you were expecting a paper stimulus check

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Surprise. It won’t be an economic stimulus check for millions of people. It will be a card. For those still awaiting a paper stimulus check, it’s probably not coming. The Treasury Department announced on Monday that the long-awaited economic stimulus checks will instead appear as prepaid debit cards called Economic Impact Payment Cards, or EIP cards. The cards will begin appearing in mailboxes this week for some four million taxpayers who didn’t have direct deposit information on file with the IRS. Read Full Story

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