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Millions of Americans are struggling, and this pandemic has forced many out of work – with the risk of losing their homes or being able to afford life’s necessities.
These economic impact payments are critical in helping alleviate stress for working families across my district as well as the nation.
The IRS has announced that the distribution process to American taxpayers has begun. While many Americans have already received their economic impact payments, there are still many anxiously awaiting their payments. The IRS is working diligently to ensure that payments of $600 per person and $600 for qualifying children and dependents are being distributed swiftly and accurately.
I want to emphasize that there is no action required by eligible individuals on these second round of payments, it’s automatic. All payments are expected to be distributed by the end of January. Furthermore, please visit IRS.gov for the most current information on the second round of payments rather than calling the agency or your financial institution.
If you have not received your payment, visit the Get My Payment portal to check your status. If you do not receive your full payment by the time you file your 2020 tax return, you may claim the Recovery Rebate Credit on your tax return.
In the meantime, if you are experiencing difficulties with your stimulus check or any federal agency, my office is here to help. For official updates, visit my website or follow my social media platforms, @repcuellar.
We will get through this health crisis together. I will continue working hard in Congress to ensure that you and your families have the resources you need to survive both the health and economic damages caused by this pandemic.