Stimulus Checks

Information on the federal Economic Income Payments (EIP) as part of the second round of coronavirus relief.

Information Alert

Updated Jan. 8, 2021
Details on the second round of stimulus payments are evolving. As we learn more, we will continue to update this page. Most people will get their payments automatically. For the latest information, please visit IRS.gov.

On Monday, Dec. 21, 2020, Congress passed a government spending and COVID-19 relief bill that would give eligible Americans up to $600 in a second stimulus check,  Economic Impact Payment 2 (EIP2). Qualifying couples would receive up to $1,200 and $600 for each qualifying dependent. President Trump signed the bill on Dec. 27.

Read more details on the IRS website.

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Protecting Yourself From Fraud

Unfortunately, fraudsters are using the pandemic as a way of taking advantage of people. Stay informed about scams and if you received a physical U.S. Treasury stimulus check, review features on the U.S. Dept. of the Treasury Check Verification website . You can also download a PDF of check security features.

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