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How can I track my stimulus check online and in the mail?

NEEDY Americans rebounding from the Covid-19 epidemic can still secure a financial jolt as part of the third round of stimulus rollout as checks are still coming in the mail or deposited online.  

Both the Internal Revenue Service and the US Postal Service have created their own virtual kiosks to give Americans tracking tools to determine how much, where it’s going and when it’s coming. 

Read our stimulus checks live blog for the latest updates on Covid-19 relief…


The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the United States Postal Service (USPS) each have virtual tools to help eligible individuals and families keep watch of their stimulus payments[/caption]

To keep an eye on the dough, IRS created the Get My Payment tool where cash-strapped individuals and families can get daily updates on their payment statuses.

When there is any issue over payment, the site issues alerts and details to help people resolve.

The IRS also allows people to create an IRS account, which opens up a substantial amount of details regarding past and present filings and stimulus statuses as well.

Meanwhile, if payment is expected in the form of a paper check or EIP debit card through snail mail, then there’s a nifty tool that the US Postal Office tool called Informed Delivery.


The third round of financial support is part of President Joe Biden’s effort to help Americans recover from the economic strain brought on by Covid-19[/caption]

Eligibility is based on the filing of 2019 and 2020 federal tax returns. 

Last week, the agency issued another 2.3million payments – including “plus-up” money for people who received less stimulus than they were supposed to.

As of June 9, the IRS has distributed over 169million payments – totaling $395billion.

On Thursday, the IRS confirmed that it issued 161.9million payments in the first round of stimulus, 146.5million payments in the second round and then so far they’ve issued 169million payments in round three – totaling $395billion.

If there was a delay in filing taxes or there’s some issues with the amount, the IRS is trying to make good on the right sums with their “plus-up” payment adjustments for anybody who was sent a smaller amount of money than they deserve after the tax return has been filed and processed.

Recently, the IRS confirmed it has issued 8million “plus-up” payments as of June 9.


The IRS confirmed this week they’ve issued 169 million payments totaling $395billion for the third round of stimulus so far[/caption]

For the third round, more stringent income limits have been put into place. 

A person’s age, citizenship and tax status as well as total income earned, if you have any eligible kids. 

Much of these details are determined in the tax returns, according to CNET.

The influx of greenbacks comes after President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan passed through congress helping turn around the country stricken with unemployment and various industries that remain negatively impacted.

 The IRS stated it has secured $412.9billion to help relieve the many trying to stay afloat despite the economic downturn.

Come mid-July, families who qualify will be able to take advantage of an extra $250 or $300 a month or dangling a one-time payment of $3,000 or $3,600 in 2022, as part of Biden’s Child Tax Credit rollout.

The IRS will go live with two web portals to give parents and guardians the chance to select whether they want a monthly payout or a larger one-time chunk come 2022, the IRS detailed on their website.

Qualifying families can collect $3,000 “per qualifying child between the ages of 6 and 17 at the end of 2021,” the IRS states.  

Families will be required to update their monthly or lump sum preferences and can do so before the portals are expected to be fully operational by July 1.

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