Here’s what you need to know.
The IRS has sent all “legally permitted” $600 stimulus payments and will now turn its attention to the tax filing season, the agency announced Tuesday.
Yet many Americans are still wondering what happened to their money.
For those who want answers on the whereabouts of those funds, there are several steps they can take.
Use IRS tools to find out more about your payment
When it comes to getting answers to your questions, make sure you consult an official source.
Please do not submit this information to anyone until you are sure they can check on the status of your payment for you. Generally, that means just the IRS.
File for recovery rebate credit with your tax return
If your efforts still yield no payment, you can file for a recovery rebate credit when you send in your taxes this spring.
“According to the IRS, they’ve made all the payments, so if you haven’t gotten it in the mail, you’re probably going to have to go the tax form route,” Bishop-Henchman said.