The 3rd Round is Coming.

Stimulus Payments

Updated: March 12, 2021

What you Should Know

The IRS will begin distributing a third round of Economic Impact Payments also referred to as stimulus payments or stimulus checks. This federal relief includes several elements aimed at helping people stay engaged in the economy. As of today, there are no confirmed details about when the funds will be distributed, but in the meantime, you can access our Stimulus Check Calculator to calculate how much you expect to receive.

Will I receive a stimulus payment?

We want to stress that we are not provided with any direct information regarding the stimulus or your eligibility. Once the process for the payments is decided, you can visit the IRS website and use the Get My Payment tool check your eligibility. 

To track your stimulus payment through Get My Payment tool, you will need to enter your Social Security Number, Date of Birth, Street Address and Zip Code that was listed on the last tax return you filed. The tool will show you the status of your first, second, and third payments, including when they were scheduled to and which bank account they went to.  

When will I receive my stimulus payment? 

The IRS is working on processing this third round of payments. Once you have visited the Get My Payment tool and know if you are receiving the stimulus payment, you can login to your UFirst account via online or mobile banking to determine if your payment was deposited.

Direct deposit payments may take several days to post to your account. You may see a pending deposit anytime between mid-March and several weeks thereafter. The pending payment will indicate the date that the IRS will allow us to make funds available. If posted, the payment will appear in your transaction history as "IRS TREAS 310 XXTAXEIP2" or something similar. 

Please note that we cannot release deposits earlier than the IRS allows. 

How will I receive my stimulus payment? 

For most taxpayers, payments are automatically deposited in the same account that was used to file your 2020 tax returns, with no further action required. If you have not filed your 2020 tax returns, the IRS will use your 2019 tax return record. If you do not use direct deposit for your tax return, a paper check or debit card would most likely to be mailed to the address on file at the IRS. 

Visit the IRS Economic Impact Payment Information Center for common questions regarding who is eligible, what action is required, and how to avoid scams related to economic payments. 

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