IRS stimulus checks update: When will Social Security, SSID, and VA recipients receive third payments?

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People who receive Social Security and other types of federal benefits are eligible for Economic Impact Payments, but many are still waiting. It’s been 10 days since the Internal Revenue Service began processing the third round of stimulus checks, but many Americans who receive federal benefits are still waiting for their payments—or, at least, they’d like an update on when they can expect to get paid. Read Full Story

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IRS stimulus checks: Frustrated Social Security and SSI recipients await timeline on third payments

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Americans who need the payments most are getting caught in the middle of a complex back-and-forth. In response to pressure from Congress to speed up the delivery of the latest stimulus checks to people who receive federal benefits, the commissioner of the Social Security Administration, Andrew Saul, posted a lengthy statement in an attempt to explain why tens of millions of recipients are still waiting for payments more than two weeks after the American Rescue Plan Act was signed into law. Read Full Story

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Third stimulus checks update: $1,400 still on the table after GOP attempt to lower threshold defeated

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However, the soonest Americans are likely to receive a third stimulus check is mid-March. If you’re holding out for the third stimulus check, there’s some good news: the next payment is still on track to be $1,400 for many Americans. That’s thanks to House Democrats who have defeated a Republican-led effort to lower the threshold for the next stimulus payment, reports CNN. 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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