Everything You Need to Know About Your Stimulus Check

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Weeks after Congress and President Trump first enacted the $2 trillion CARES Act stimulus package in late March, taxpayers can expect to start seeing relief checks trickling in. The bill is meant to help Americans as they deal with economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis affecting people around the world.

According to a tweet from the IRS on April 11, the federal government has already begun sending automatic payments to taxpayers who filed tax returns in 2018 or 2019 and provided direct deposit information at the time. Those who didn’t provide online banking information can expect a paper check to be mailed to them. In addition, most seniors and retirees will receive their payments in the “near future,” the IRS said, according to USA Today. They won’t need to take any extra steps to access their relief money, unless they need to claim a dependent.

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