We want to share information about an economic relief payment that you may be entitled to through the recently passed coronavirus relief bill. Within this bill, eligible individual adults with adjusted gross income on their 2019 tax returns of up to $75,000 will receive a one-time payment of up to $600. Married couples (or someone whose spouse died in 2020) earning up to $150,000 a year will receive $1,200. Families who meet those income requirements also will receive $600 for each child under 17. People who filed taxes in 2019 using the “head of household” status and making up to $112,500 also will get the $600 payment, plus the additional amount for children. Payments begin to phase out when individual adjusted gross income exceeds the levels stated above, with payments going to $0 when income reaches $87,000 for individuals and $174,000 for married couples.
If you qualify for a payment, you will receive your payment in one of two ways:
While the exact day payments will be distributed is unknow at this time, we expect the Treasury Department to begin distributing payments this week. However, please note that these payments could be sent in waves, and not everyone will receive payments at the same time. We also want to remind you that the IRS will not contact you for your personal information in order to provide a payment. Stay alert to fraud, and please do not share your confidential account details.
Financial Instuttions are beginning to receive stimulus in batches. Some are scheduled to credit Members" accounts on Monday. Over the next several business days, to determine if your stimulus will be deposited on the following business day, please login to your online or mobile account and look at "Pending Transactions"