How To Track My Coronavirus Stimulus Check?

If you are a low-income person or one who did not file a tax return in previous tax years, this may make it easier for you to get help. How To Track My Coronavirus Stimulus Check?

If, because of your low income, you did not file a tax return in 2018 or 2019 and the IRS does not have your information for depositing your COVID-19 support money, do not worry.

The Treasury Department and the IRS launched a tool for “non-reporters” to enter their bank deposit information through a web page.

Which page should I enter to give my information?

How To Track My Coronavirus Stimulus Check?

Although at the moment it is only available in English, those interested should enter

Once you enter that page you must click on the blue button that says “Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here”.

What information should I have on hand?

The tool will request basic information to confirm eligibility, calculate and send “Economic Impact Payments”. Please keep this information handy:

  • Your email account and phone number.
  • Full names and Social Security numbers, including for spouse and dependents.
  • Address where you live.
  • Type of bank account, account and bank routing number
  • Only if you have it, the personal identity protection number (IP PIN) you received from the IRS earlier this year.
  • Driver’s license or state-issued ID, if you have one.

Who should use this page?

How To Track My Coronavirus Stimulus Check?

Eligible U.S. citizens or permanent residents who:

  • Had gross income not exceeding $12,200 ($24,400 for married couples) by 2019.
  • Otherwise, those who were not required to file a federal income tax return for 2019, and did not plan to do so.
  • If you are receiving Veterans’ Disability Compensation, a pension or survivors’ benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, or your income level does not require you to file a tax return, you must submit information for this option.

You can provide the necessary information to the IRS easily and quickly at no cost through this option.

How will my information be used?

The IRS clarifies that it will use this information to determine your eligibility and payment amount and send you an “Economic Impact Payment.

After you provide this information, you will not need to take any further action. The Free File Fillable Forms website is secure, as explained by the IRS.

For someone who did file a tax declaration but did not provide banking information?

On April 15, the IRS launched an online application called “Get My Payment,” which allows taxpayers who did file their tax return in 2018 or 2019 but did not provide their bank information on their return to submit their direct deposit information so they can receive payments immediately, instead of checks in the mail.

How do I know the status of my deposit?

The same “Get My Payment” application also allows taxpayers to track the status of their deposit and know when they will receive it. To check, go here.

What happens if I don’t give my bank information?

You will have to wait for a check to be sent to you which will take much longer to arrive as the IRS has explained.

If the person receives money from Social Security (retirees), should they fill out the form?

How To Track My Coronavirus Stimulus Check?
How To Track My Coronavirus Stimulus Check?

No. Social Security recipients who did not file a tax return in 2018 or 2019 would not need to use this form or take any action, and their deposit will be made in the same manner they receive their Social Security payments.

The IRS will use the information on Form SSA-1099 and Form RRB-1099 to generate the $1,200 “Economic Impact Payments. But there is an exception if these individuals have a child under 17 as a dependent, then they should fill out the Non-Filers form here to receive the $500 due for each child, plus the $1,200 due to you.

Who should NOT fill out the form?

  • If you receive Social Security, Railroad Retirement or SSDI benefits. The IRS will automatically send you a payment, except for the exception mentioned in the previous question.
  • If you have already filed a 2019 federal income tax return or if you plan to do so now.
  • Your 2019 gross income exceeded $12,200 ($24,400 for a married couple) or other reasons require you to file a 2019 federal income tax return
  • You were married in late 2019 and are not providing information here with your spouse
  • If you were not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident in 2019.

Under the $2 billion stimulus bill signed by President Trump in late March, taxpayers can receive up to $1,200 per person or $2,400 for married couples and up to $500 for each qualifying child.

Eligible taxpayers who filed returns in 2018 or 2019 will begin receiving checks next week, the IRS said.

Those who have not yet filed taxes, but are required to do so, should do so as soon as possible to receive a check soon, according to the IRS.