Mailed Check Payments May Be Sent As Debit Cards
If the Get My Payment application says you’re receiving a check, your Payment may come as a debit card. Debit card Payments come in a plain envelope from “Money Network Cardholder Services."
For more information, see Prepaid Debit Cards.
The IRS is committed to helping you get your Economic Impact Payment as soon as possible. The payments, also referred to by some as stimulus payments, are automatic for most taxpayers. No further action is needed by taxpayers who filed tax returns in 2018 and 2019 and most seniors and retirees.
Check Your Payment Status
Use "Get My Payment" to:
- Check your payment has been sent
- Confirm your payment type: direct deposit or by mail
Provide Direct Deposit Information
In certain situations, Get My Payment will give you the option of providing your bank account information to receive your Payment by direct deposit. For example, if your payment was sent by mail and the Post Office was unable to deliver it.
Use "Get My Payment" to enter your bank account information to get your payment through direct deposit.
Non-Filers: Enter Your Payment Info Here
Use the "Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here" application if you are eligible for an Economic Impact Payment and:
- You are not required to file federal income tax returns for 2018 and 2019 for any reason including:
- Your income is less than $12,200
- You’re married filing jointly and together your income is less than $24,400
- You have no income
Do not use this tool if you are required to file a 2018 or 2019 tax return; you should file your return electronically.
Do not use this tool if you can be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s return.
Get more information about Economic Impact Payments
Visit our Economic Impact Payments Information Center to answer your questions about eligibility, payment amounts, what to expect, when to expect it and more.
IRS Partners can visit our Economic Impact Payments: Partner and Promotional Materials page for our latest products to share with clients, stakeholders, customers and constituents.
Also, visit the FDIC website for information on where to find a bank that can open an account online and how to choose the right account for you.