The. Over 127 million people are estimated to have received their funds via or by and . Don't panic if yours hasn't arrived yet. The IRS has . Since the is arriving , when you file your taxes can have a significant bearing on the as well as .
Thestill haven't arrived for some folks. If this is the case for you, you can claim -- oh, and don't worry, the IRS extended the filing deadline. , so you -- and the IRS -- have a bit more time.
If you want to check the amount of yourand -- for a jog to your memory, your records or for taxes -- you can no longer view it in the . But we can help. Here are two ways to find out the amounts of your first two stimulus checks.
Option 1: Your physical IRS letters
Remember theabout two weeks after receiving your first and second payments? If you qualified for a check, the IRS would've sent the notice to your with information about your payment. Notice 1444 accompanied the first payment and Notice 1444-B followed the second payment.
Option 2: Your federal tax account online
If you can't find the letter or you threw it out already, you can check out your federal tax account with the IRS website. If you don't have an account yet, go to the IRS account page and tap the blue button that says Create or view your account.
It takes about 15 minutes to set a new account up and the IRS says you need a few pieces of information on hand:
- Email address.
- Social Security Number or Individual Tax Identification Number.
- Tax filing status.
- Mailing address.
- One financial account number linked to your name. This can be your credit card (Amex, debit and corporate cards won't work), your student loan account number, your mortgage or home equity loan, your home equity line of credit, or an auto loan.
- A mobile phone number linked to your name or address to receive an activation code by mail.
Each time you log into the account, a security code will be sent to you via text or a phone call.
Once you're logged in, you'll be able to see your first and second Economic Impact Payment amounts (if youfor them), and other information like payment history, information from your most recent tax return and more.
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