Economic Impact Payments (Stimulus Checks)
Useful LinksGet Your Payment Status
Non Filers Payment Info Entry
Eligibility & Frequently Asked Questions
Payment SchedulesDirect Deposit
The week of April 13th with a likely deposit date of April 15th
The week of April 20th with a likely deposit date of April 22th
The week of April 27th with a likely deposit date of April 29th
The IRS plans to send about 5 million paper checks each week starting with those who have the lowest Adjust Gross Income on their 2018 or 2019 tax return. These dates represent the "week ending” on the date specified and are all subject to change by the IRS at any time. These will go out to those who do not have direct deposit information with the IRS directly. You can still use the links below to check your situation and try to get direct deposit info into their systems.
|Adjusted Gross Income||Week Ending On|
| Less than $10,000
| $10,001 - $20,000
| $20,001 - $30,000
| $30,001 - $40,000
| $40,001 - $50,000
| $50,001 - $60,000
| $60,001 - $70,000
| $70,001 - $80,000
| $80,001 - $90,000
| $90,001 - $100,000
| $100,001 - $110,000
| $110,001 - $120,000
| $120,001 - $130,000
| $130,001- $140,000
| $140,001 - $150,000
| $150,001 - $160,000
| $160,001 - $170,000
| $170,001 - $180,000
| $180,001 - $190,000
| $190,001 - $198,000
|Remaining checks||September 11|
Statement from the IRS on April 15The Get My Payment site is operating smoothly and effectively. As of mid-day today, more than 6.2 million taxpayers have successfully received their payment status and almost 1.1 million taxpayers have successfully provided banking information, ensuring a direct deposit will be quickly sent. IRS is actively monitoring site volume; if site volume gets too high, users are sent to an online “waiting room” for a brief wait until space becomes available, much like private sector online sites. Media reports saying the tool “crashed” are inaccurate.
In situations where payment status is not available, the app will respond with “Status Not Available”. The IRS reminds users you may receive this message for one of the following reasons:
- If you are not eligible for a payment (see IRS.gov on who is eligible and who is not eligible)
- If you are required to file a tax return and have not filed in tax year 2018 or 2019.
- If you recently filed your return or provided information through Non-Filers: Enter Your Payment Info on IRS.gov. Your payment status will be updated when processing is completed.
- If you are a SSA or RRB Form 1099 recipient, SSI or VA benefit recipient – the IRS is working with your agency to issue your payment; your information is not available in this app yet.
You can check the app again to see whether there has been an update to your information. The IRS reminds taxpayers that Get My Payment data is updated once per day, so there’s no need to check back more frequently.
The IRS continues to closely monitor the situation. In addition, more information will be shared on IRS.gov shortly on some common questions taxpayers are asking.