If you're looking for the $600 second round stimulus check, there's an easy way to check on the progress. Americans are waking each morning and checking bank accounts to see if checks have been deposited.
As it stands, many have received their direct deposits but some still haven't. The delay could be simply that the IRS is still working on it or maybe you don't qualify.
The IRS portal is up and running. The pandemic has cost Americans and those around the world so much in terms of life, finances, and overall mental health. The federal government voted on the second round of stimulus checks before the new year. Though they aren't the $2,000 checks as President Trump preferred, the $600 checks will help with food and basic necessities.
With vaccine distribution underway, a new group is about to receive their opportunity to get vaccinated. Those 70 and older will start the vaccination process beginning February 1, 2021.
For information on stimulus checks, got to IRS.gov and click on Get my Economic Impact Payment. Then, click on Get my Payment. On this page, you'll need your social security number or individual tax ID number, date of birth, and address. At this time, you'll be able to see where your payment might be or what's the hold up.