• Did you file a 2019 or 2018 Federal income tax return?
  • Yes
    • Did you get a refund and choose direct deposit?
    • Yes
      • You don’t need to take any action. The amount of Economic Impact Payment to which you are entitled will be deposited to that same account.

    • No. I got a refund by mail or I had a balance due on my return.
      • You don’t need to take any action. The amount of Economic Impact Payment to which you are entitled will be mailed to the address the IRS has on file for you.

  • No
    • Are you required to file a Federal income tax return?
    • Yes
      • Step 1: You should file your 2019 return as soon as you can using e-file and direct deposit. Currently paper returns are not being processed due to COVID-19. If you owe money, to avoid interest and penalties, pay your taxes in full by July 15, 2020. Additional changes (if any) to the due date for payment will be announced at www.irs.gov/coronavirus. Even if you owe and can’t pay, you should still file, and visit the Get Help page on the Taxpayer Advocate Service website for more information about payment options.
      • Step 2: The Get My Payment tool on IRS.gov is available to track the status of any economic impact payment to which you are entitled.

        If you didn’t choose direct deposit, the IRS will mail your Economic Impact Payment (if eligible for a payment).

    • No
      • Do you receive any of these benefits?
            • Social Security retirement benefits,
            • Social Security disability insurance, 
            • Supplemental security income,
            • Railroad Retirement benefits, or
            • Veterans Affairs benefits?
      • Yes
        • Do you receive these benefits through direct deposit to your bank account?
        • Yes
          • The IRS will direct deposit your Economic Impact Payment to the account where you normally receive your benefits and you do not need to take any further action.
        • No
          • The IRS will mail your Economic Impact Payment (if eligible for a payment).
      • No
        • If you were not required to file a 2018 or 2019 Federal income tax return because your gross income did not exceed $12,200 ($24,400 for married couples), the IRS needs more information to get your economic impact payment to you. Go to the IRS.gov website and go to the “Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here” tool to provide basic information the IRS needs to issue your payment. Make sure to provide direct deposit information to receive your economic impact payment sooner.
        • The Get My Payment tool on IRS.gov is available to track the status of any economic impact payment to which you are entitled.

          If you didn’t choose direct deposit, the IRS will mail your Economic Impact Payment (assuming you are eligible for a payment).

Disclaimer: This tool is not intended to determine if you qualify to receive an Economic Impact Payment or the amount of such payment.