How to track your stimulus payment
April 15, 2020: The IRS has launched a new web portal and tools to allow people to track the status of their economic stimulus payments and to submit banking information to receive your payment via direct deposit if they do not have one on file for you. You can use your Current account and routing numbers and receive your payments up to two days faster (we've received some five days faster) via direct deposit than with a traditional bank.Please note we are crediting ALL member accounts immediately with stimulus payments as soon as we receive the information from the Federal Reserve.
If you have not received yours yet, it is because we have not received it. If you file taxes but the IRS does not have direct deposit information on file for you, you can enter your Current account and routing number to receive your payment via direct deposit to Current. All account and routing numbers are accessible by tapping into the balance on the home screen of your Current app. For questions about your eligibility and when your payment was sent, please visit the IRS website.
If you are not required to file taxes, you can enter your Current account and routing number, to receive your payment via direct deposit to Current and receive it up to two days faster than a traditional bank.In addition, if you filed your 2019 tax return and received your refund to your Current account, you will receive your stimulus payment via direct deposit to Current as well. You can visit the IRS site to view the status of your payment. Know we will credit your account immediately when we receive the information from the Federal Reserve.
If you have already filed your taxes for 2019 and the IRS already has direct deposit information on file for you, you cannot change it at this time.For questions about your eligibility for these payments, please contact the IRS directly.Don't have a Current account but want to receive your payments up to two days faster?
Download the Current app on the App Store or Google Play and sign up in just two minutes.
Banking services provided by Choice Financial Group, Member FDIC. The Current Visa Debit Card is issued by Choice Financial Group pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. and may be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.
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