The agency continues to process the $1,400 payments.
The IRS has been under pressure to speed up the mailing of the third stimulus check and although the agency has issued more than 120 million payments, there are millions yet to be processed.
The good news is that those physical checks mailed by USPS on March 24, the first big wave of payments by that route, will arrive on April 7 to most people.
The portal also cites that several people have reported that they received the $1,400 dollars and whose document was issued on that date, but there are those who will have to be patient.
There are people who even report that they have not received their money, but a letter from the IRS states that it has been sent. Those people are suggested to follow up at IRS.
“The IRS is sending a new wave of stimulus checks to eligible individuals over the weekend and next week,” adds the report based on information from the federal agency.
Now, while the IRS has already sent most payments to Social Security, SSI and veterans’ beneficiaries, some of these individuals may not see their envelopes with physical cards or checks until April 7.
The main problem is for more than eight million people who do not file taxes and will still have to wait for their funds.
According to the report, the IRS is also making 2 million “additional” payments through direct deposit and mail, but there are no details on who those recipients are.
Those who filed their 2020 taxes could receive an update on their relief, as in evaluating the reports the IRS could conclude that they are owed that money.
The agency will continue to make weekly mailings of physical checks and cards.
Those who have not received it are advised to:
- Check your mail thoroughly, so as not to throw the envelope in the trash.
- If you moved in the last month, you should update your IRS and USPS information.
- MORE INFORMATION: In the Get My Payment tool you can track the IRS process.