The IRS and US Treasury haveto the tune of roughly $325 billion as part of President Joe Biden’s , the Treasury announced Wednesday. If you’re still waiting for your , you might be wondering what’s causing the holdup. The possibilities may surprise you.
Stimulus checks are anything but simple and the. The aren’t always the same from group to group either and there may be some considerations you need to know if you’re an , a , a or someone who receives Social Security benefits, like . If you , claim or are part of a , that could change your scenario, too, especially since the .
Here are some reasons that yourcould be delayed, how you can and . We also have guides on , and what we’ve heard so far about a .
The problem: You signed up for, but your check didn’t arrive. Why? It’s possible that your stimulus payment went to the wrong bank account. Maybe your account was closed, or an electronic transfer attempt was made for a temporary bank account, like one used on behalf of millions of people who used a tax preparer like Jackson Hewitt, TurboTax and H&R Block. Although this latter issue hasn’t been widely reported, it affected the first and second payments.
What to do: Reach out to your bank or tax preparer to see if an attempt was made to deposit money to your account. Ask if they have an internal protocol to file a report or follow up with a representative who can help.
What next? If you don’t get a direct deposit by March 24 (the official date), then your stimulus payment will arrive in the mail. Here’s how to Read more>>. The IRS is not allowing individuals to register for new direct deposit accounts or correct inaccuracies. If your third stimulus check never arrives, here are …