Expedite your Stimulus Payment

The IRS has opened its "Non-Filer" portal - so you can get your $1,200 Economic Impact Payment electronically. This will expedite the transfer directly to your account.

Use this link to sign up: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments

There will eventually be a counterpart for folks who filed returns, didn't use electronic deposit, but want to receive their stimulus payment electronically (faster and more secure than a check). The link is on the same page as the "Non-Filer" link, but has yet to be activated (IRS estimates it will be active in "mid-April").

If you have moved since you last filed a return, The "Filer's" link allows you to change your address as well.

If you filed a 2018 or 2019 return and used electronic deposit/payment at that time, you don't need to use the portal - except to CHANGE your address or your banking information.

We’re committed to helping you get your economic impact, or stimulus, payment as s


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