Alert! Do not fall for any scams.
The I.R. S. never initiates an e-mail.
There won't be one about your IRS stimulus payment or stimulus check.
Below is a copy of part of what the I.R.S. has to say about the stimulus check or stimulus payment disbursement and when you can expect it.
It depends on the last 2 numbers of your social security number.
We got a letter a few days before hand saying that it was coming soon. Then it came!
We have done some research for you and here is what we found.
What will you spend it on? Probably gasoline
The IRS says:
Stimulus Payments are being issued on a schedule according to the last 2 digits of the primary social security number (SSN) shown on your tax return.
If filing or preparation fees were deducted from your Refund or you received a refund anticipation loan, you will be receiving a check instead of a direct deposit.
You should check the Payment Schedule prior to using this application since specific information about your Stimulus Payment will not be available until about one week before your payment is scheduled to be sent.
To get to your Stimulus Payment information, be ready to enter your:
- Social Security Number
- Filing status (Single, Married Filing Joint Return, Married Filing Separate Return, Head of Household, or Qualifying Widow
- Number of Exemptions shown on your tax return
Okay now, you've checked the schedule, and you're ready to find out: Where's My Stimulus Payment?
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