Get the latest outreach materials on Economic Impact Payments and the Recovery Rebate Credit. This page features materials for outreach partners related to the Recovery Rebate Credit and Economic Impact Payments. For a complete list of all materials, see Coronavirus, Recovery Rebate Credit and Economic Impact Payments: Resources and Guidance. Many of these materials are also available in other languages. You can access some versions below or view other language options at the top of IRS.gov pages. Ready-to-Use Articles You don’t need a permanent address to receive Economic Impact Payments You don’t need a permanent address or bank account to get an Economic Impact Payment How to get an Economic Impact Payment if you don’t have a bank account Your latest Economic Impact Payment may come on a prepaid debit card You may be eligible for the Recovery Rebate Credit even if you don’t normally file a tax return Check your Recovery Rebate Credit eligibility IRS Free File makes taxes less taxing Subscribe to IRS social media and email for the latest on Economic Impact Payments Be on the lookout for coronavirus scammers E-Posters Publication 5412, Warning: Coronavirus – Related Scams Publication 5412-G, Economic Impact Payment by Pre-paid Debit CardPDF Publication 5412-L, IRS social media and e-news — e-Poster Publication 5486, Claiming the Recovery Rebate Credit on a 2020 Tax Return Publication 5486-A, Claiming the Recovery Rebate Credit When You Don't Normally File a Tax Return Publication 5478, IRS Free File available now; Claim the Recovery Rebate Credit and other tax creditsPDF Publication 5501, Getting your shot? Don't miss a financial boostPDF Publication 5507, How to set up an IRS Online Account to Access Tax InformationPDF Publication 5514, What's different about the third Economic Impact Payment Publication 5515, Third Economic Impact Payments for Americans experiencing homelessness Publication 5515-A, Stimulus payments for the Homeless Publication 5519, Economic Impact Payments: When Someone in Your Family Doesn't have a Social Security Number Tax Tips COVID Tax Tip 2021-114, Extension filers: IRS Free File, other resources available until Oct. 15 for 2020 tax returns COVID Tax Tip 2021-58, Here’s why some people got more than one notice about their Economic Impact Payments COVID Tax Tip 2021-54, People experiencing homelessness can get Economic Impact Payments and other tax benefits COVID Tax Tip 2021-44, Here’s how the third Economic Impact Payment is different from earlier payments COVID Tax Tip 2021-43, IRS issuing third Economic Impact Payments to non-filers and most federal beneficiaries COVID Tax Tip 2021-39, Here’s how taxpayers can track the status of their refund COVID Tax Tip 2021-38, People should check Get My Payment for status of third EIP and watch their mail COVID Tax Tip 2021-35, IRS is issuing third round of Economic Impact Payments COVID Tax Tip 2021-28, IRS Online Account can help taxpayers get ready to file their tax return COVID Tax Tip 2021-27, Here’s why people filing taxes for the first time should use Free File COVID Tax Tip 2021-25, Free electronic filing options for military members and their families COVID Tax Tip 2021-19, Free File can make taxes easier for seniors and retirees COVID Tax Tip 2021-17, Common and costly errors taxpayers should avoid when preparing a tax return COVID Tax Tip 2021-16, The first step of tax preparation is gathering records COVID Tax Tip 2021-15, IRS Free File can save families money COVID Tax Tip 2021- 13, Here are reasons taxpayers should file a 2020 federal tax return – and why e-file is best News Releases IR-2022-72, Letters about third-round of Economic Impact Payments issued; important steps to take for missing payments and corrections IR-2021-157, More than 2.2 million additional Economic Impact Payments disbursed under the American Rescue Plan IR-2021-136, IRS, Treasury release state-by-state data on third round of Economic Impact Payments IR-2021-103, More than 1.1 million additional Economic Impact Payments disbursed under the American Rescue Plan; payments total approximately 164 million IR-2021-95, Nearly 2 million more Economic Impact Payments disbursed under the American Rescue Plan; continuing payments reach approximately 163 million IR-2021-87, Those experiencing homelessness can get Economic Impact Payments and other tax benefits; permanent address not required IR-2021-86, IRS, Treasury disburse 2 million more Economic Impact Payments under the American Rescue Plan; VA beneficiaries bring total to approximately 159 million as payments continue IR-2021-77, IRS, Treasury disburse 25 million more Economic Impact Payments under the American Rescue Plan IR-2021-76, IRS letters explain why some 2020 Recovery Rebate Credits are different than expected IR-2021-72, IRS, Treasury disburse more Economic Impact Payments under the American Rescue Plan; total tops 130 million with more to come IR-2021-69, IRS projects stimulus payments to non-filer Social Security and other federal beneficiaries will be disbursed later this week IR-2021-63, IRS, Treasury disburse another 37 million Economic Impact Payments from the American Rescue Plan IR-2021-62, More Economic Impact Payments set for disbursement in coming days; taxpayers should watch mail for paper checks, debit cards IR-2021-60, Tax Time Guide: Use the Where’s My Refund? tool or IRS2Go app to check tax refund status IR-2021-59, Tax Day for individuals extended to May 17: Treasury, IRS extend filing and payment deadline IR-2021-58, IRS, Treasury disbursed 90 million Economic Impact Payments from the American Rescue Plan IR-2021-54, IRS begins delivering third round of Economic Impact Payments to Americans IR-2021-49, Tax Time Guide: Didn’t get Economic Impact Payments? Check eligibility for Recovery Rebate Credit IR-2021-44, Tax Time Guide: How to do taxes for free and get refunds fast IR-2021-38, As required by law, all first and second Economic Impact Payments issued; eligible people can claim Recovery Rebate Credit IR-2021-36, Get ready for tax season using IRS Online Account IR-2021-35, Avoid pandemic paper delays: Use e-file with direct deposit for faster refunds as IRS prepares to open 2020 filing season IR-2021-10, IRS ready for the upcoming tax season; last-minute changes to tax laws included in IRS forms and instructions IR-2021-06, Treasury issues millions of second Economic Impact Payments by debit card IR-2021-01, Economic Impact Payments on their way, visit IRS.gov instead of calling Videos IRS videos Recovery Rebate Credit Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) YouTube videos Economic Impact Payment Prepaid Cards Social Media Beware of Scams - We will never contact you for personal information or a fee (JPG) Tax Pros Beware - Criminals are using the COVID-19 pandemic to create new data theft scams (JPG) Toolkits Additional Resources Economic Impact Payments, available in eight languages Third Economic Impact Payment, available in eight languages Third-round of Economic Impact Payment Questions and Answers Get My Payment, available in eight languages 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit, available in eight languages 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit FAQs Second Economic Impact Questions and Answers First Economic Impact Payment Questions and Answers IRS social media platforms Subscribe to IRS News to get the latest 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit and Economic Impact Payment news and Tax Tips.