April 20, 2020
Our COVID-19 Tax Related Updates web page is updated on a regular basis.
Thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented time. Our phones have been overwhelmed with calls - many with the same questions.

To better serve everyone, we ask that you please email your request. If this is a request for a second copy of your return, a fee may apply.

We completely understand your frustration with the IRS Stimulus Check process. We are frustrated for you as well.

This pandemic has created a very challenging situation for all of us - including the IRS.
Track the Status of Your Stimulus Check From the IRS 
If you're eligible for a payment, the IRS lets you track your money through its Get My Payment Web Portal .
Due to high demand, you may see a message that you have to wait before you can access the site.
  1. Head to the IRS' Get My Payment page and tap the blue Get My Payment button to check the status of your economic impact payment.
  2. On the next page about authorized use, tap OK.
  3. Now on the Get My Payment page, enter your social security number (SSN) or individual tax ID (ITIN), your date of birth, your street address and your ZIP or postal code. Tap Continue.
  4. On the next page, the portal will show your payment status, whether it's been scheduled or if the service can't yet determine your status.
  5. If you've not set up direct deposit with the IRS, the service may walk you through those steps to get your check sent straight to your bank account. Here's how to set up direct deposit - Click to view the IRS Payment Page
Additional Information Needed for Direct Deposit
  • ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME(AGI) - This can be found on your tax return, which is uploaded at the client portal. It is line 8B on your 2019 tax return. If you are using your 2018 return, it would be line 7. Please check your client portal.

  • OWED TAXES OR RECEIVED A CHECK - If you owed taxes last year OR chose to receive your refund via check - the IRS DOES NOT have your banking information and a check will be issued to you in the next couple of weeks.

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