More stimulus money on the way, says federal government



Did not receive any Federal stimulus checks yet?

Well, now a fourth payment from the US Treasury Department could be coming soon, according to federal officials.

Debate persists in the US Congress and among other public officials over how much dollars will be spent and who will receive the money, according to multiple media outlets.

For previous rounds of stimulus checks, recipients had to be federal taxpayers, eligible dependents, or not earning too much money.

The IRS has sent over 100 million stimulus checks.


Anyone who has not received one or more stimulus checks can view this US Treasury website to see how to qualify or track past payments.

Another problem arose if the IRS didn’t have up-to-date mailing addresses or accurate bank account information for direct deposits – or for anyone who hadn’t paid federal taxes.

And Americans will never be able to count on more federal aid anytime soon: It took the US Congress nine months to approve the second stimulus check.

Some lobby groups advocate direct payments of $ 2,000 for each adult and at least $ 1,000 for each child.

A few dozen members of Congress are pushing for new federal stimulus checks with guarantees that the money will flow into Americans’ bank accounts. Some lawmakers are also calling for the federal government to find ways to get money to anyone without a bank account.

Other Americans excluded from previous rounds of stimulus checks included:

  • Immigrant workers, refugees and their dependents.
  • Elderly dependents, such as unemployed grandparents.
  • Anyone 17 years of age or older declared as a dependent on an adult’s income tax return.
  • Americans who didn’t know they even qualified for the stimulus checks.

Some lawmakers and public advocates also believe that the IRS should distribute preloaded EBT (Electronic Bank Transfer) cards – much like some states do for unemployment, food stamps, and other government aids – to ensure that everyone who qualifies for stimulus checks receives them. .

Economic experts and others arguing for a more direct financial estimate that at least one-fifth of the country’s lowest-paid workers remain unemployed,

And many Americans continue to struggle to pay their bills, including rent, credit cards, and essentials like water, gas, and electricity. Meanwhile, many landlords remain stranded by tenants who have not been able to pay rent, state officials have said.

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