Coronavirus Economic Impact Payments
In order to receive the Economic Impact Payments, most people do not need to take any action. If you are within the income limits, and you had a refund set to direct deposit in 2018 or 2019, it will be automatically deposited.
If you did not file, but you receive Social Security benefits or Railroad benefits by direct deposit, the economic impact payment will be automatically deposited.
If you did not file a tax return and need to inform IRS of your direct deposit account info, click here.
Get My Payment application available with IRS:
Unemployment Benefits have been expanded:
Round 1 ran out of funds. Check back if Congress approves more funds for SBA programs.
"Without additional funding, banks and the Small Business Administration will be unable to approve more of the Paycheck Protection Program loans designed to avert layoffs during the coronavirus pandemic, which can be forgiven if businesses agree to maintain their payrolls.
But Congress is deadlocked over how to allocate more money for the popular loan program, with Democrats continuing to oppose the GOP's $250 billion infusion for the fund without equal aid for hospitals and local governments. The impasse is now in its second week."
- "Small business fund expires with deal out of reach this week", Politico, 04/16/20
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