Scams are always a concern when money is involved, so you should be on the lookout. Some possible scams include: Emails or texts that try to get you to click on a link that then takes you to a form that asks you for personal information so you can get any payment that you are… Read more
If your payment is not deliverable or is returned to the IRS for other reasons, you will need to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit when you file your 2020 tax return. Be sure to include your current address on your return so the IRS can update your information.
According to the IRS, your payment information can’t be changed at this time. It says that “If you don’t get a payment and you’re eligible to receive one, you can claim the Recovery Rebate Credit on your 2020 tax return.”
The IRS says that “If you filed taxes using an online tax-preparation service or software, it’s possible that your payment will be sent to a temporary bank account that has since been closed. Tax preparers customarily set up such so-called Refund Transfer accounts so they can deduct authorized fees before passing the balance along to… Read more
You can check your bank account at any time of the day or night, using our mobile banking app or online banking. You can also set up an alert via our mobile app or your online banking account that will notify you via text or email as soon as a direct deposit has been made.
Not all payments will go out at once. During the first two rounds, electronic payments were the first to be made, but they were staggered and were not all released at the same time. Checks and debit cards were the next to be sent and they are dependent on regular mail delivery. The whole process… Read more
Your payment will be deposited directly to the bank account where you automatically receive your Social Security payment. A stimulus check will be mailed to you if you normally receive a paper check for your Social Security payment.
The IRS will automatically issue your payment via direct deposit to the bank account it has on file based on the information you provided on your tax return. Electronically generated direct deposits are typically the first to go out. If the IRS does not have direct deposit information, you will be mailed either a paper… Read more
No, those payments are issued by the IRS, not by Suffolk Federal. You can visit the Get My Payment site at IRS.gov for more details, including the status of the payment, and a link to many frequently asked questions.
Individuals earning $75,000 or less will receive a new payment of $1,400, as will heads of households earning up to $112,500. Couples earning $150,000 or less will get $2,800. Payments to those earning more than those amounts will decrease and cut off completely for individuals earning more than $80,000, couples earning more than $160,000, and… Read more