$1400 Stimulus Checks (Total of $2000) May be Paid In March 2021 Including Another $600 Dependent Payments

[Updated following Biden Economic Plan] With Democrats winning both Georgia Senate seats and effectively gaining control of the Senate, thanks to the Democratic VP Kamala Harris being the tie breaker vote, new Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer has said that one of the first things he wants to do as Senate Majority Leader is “renew call for the $2,000 stimulus checks.” This is in line with what President Elect Biden has stated as a priority in his first 100 days in office and outlined in his $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.

Third Stimulus Check

This third stimulus check ($1400) would be on top of the $600/$1200 second stimulus checks recently paid out and cost over $400 billion if it includes another round of dependent stimulus checks as well – likely $600 in line with the second economic impact payments (EIP). Income thresholds and other eligibility will likely stay in line with the second stimulus check and would likely be based on 2019 or 2020 tax return information. Using 2020 tax returns would allow tax payers to have the latest dependent and payment information for the IRS to administer the payments. You can file your 2020 tax return now with Turbo Tax to ensure your bank account and dependent details are up to date.

When Will I Get The Biden Stimulus Checks?

If the new Congress and President approves this by mid-February, after hashing out details, the third round of stimulus check payments could be paid by the IRS in early to mid March 2021. Given the IRS has now paid out two rounds of stimulus payments, the process to pay the third stimulus checks is now well established. For those who have not filed their 2020 return or request an extension they could claim the $1400 stimulus check (and any past missing stimulus payments) as a recovery rebate. Non-filers will likely have an opportunity to update their details via their main benefits agency (e.g. SSA for Social Security recipients) prior to this third payment.

This is a developing story and no formal legislation has been put forward. I expect there to be a lot of debate in Congress around other items in Biden’s new stimulus plan so the amounts and eligibility thresholds could change in the final legislation. See more in this video update on the $1400 payments and stay tuned for updates.

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5 thoughts on “$1400 Stimulus Checks (Total of $2000) May be Paid In March 2021 Including Another $600 Dependent Payments”

  1. I am grateful for any help I receive. I’m 76, a female, raised 5 kids alone and worked three consecutive jobs at a time. I receive 15.00 a month in food stamps and am disabled. It’s very hard for me to makes two ends meet. One thing I always try to have is extra food. Although I struggle, I have more than some, and will not allow anyone to go hungry, if I can keep it from happening. I thank President Trump for the stimulus, as it was his idea. We do not pay taxes. What we do is put money into the accounts of politicians, to increase their millionaire status. I also know that there is not now or never has been a law that says we have to pay taxes. But no one would mind paying them if they were used for the betterment of our country. The stimulus is not a gift, but the return of a very small portion of what was taken from us. Now comes the point in history where Biden and the rest take credit for everything that President Trump did and what they attacked him for. At any rate as I said, I am grateful for any help that is given to me. One person can’t save the world, but if we should see someone with less than what we have, then we are truly blessed. And knowing this, if each of us takes the time and the money, to help at least one family, with food or clothes or paying a bill or paying for their medicine, or giving a child a gift for Christmas, can you just imagine how many people would feel like they were touched by an angel. We can’t count on anyone but ourselves. And it’s the ourselves that need to look out for others. What we get from the government, no matter what you want to call it, is our gift from above. We need to use it wisely but make sure you include someone with less than you. If we want our country to be a better place, we cannot depend on our government. We must depend on each other. That’s how we stay UNITED. God Bless you all. And remember one simple word or deed can change someone’s life.

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  2. Well that would be great, but I did NOT get my 2nd stimulus check and I am eligible – I received the first one with NO PROBLEM. All my relatives have received theirs!!! I always file with Turbo Tax and I use my refund to pay them. It should not matter the IRS should know that I did everything I was supposed to do. Even filing for recovery does NOT help now because you cannot file until you get your W-2.

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  3. Will the people affected by the “status not available “ message on IRS website which according to the IRS means you won’t get the second payout get this stimulus payment or have to wait to 2022 to claim on those taxes?

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