In 2009, it took 3 months for the IRS to distribute stimulus checks to battle the Great Recession.
For taxpayers who haven’t filed since 2017, it may take longer or you possibly will not receive a stimulus check.
According to experts, the IRS will rely heavily on tax forms filed in 2018 and 2019 “and [for those] whose information is up to date and accurate, there's no need to do anything at all. Individuals making up to $75,000 a year would receive checks for $1,200, with an additional $500 per child. The payments would progressively decrease for individuals making more than $75,000, with an income cap of $99,000,” per NBCNews.com. Checks are supposed to land in bank accounts or your mailbox in three weeks. (At the time of this writing, this stimulus bill, aka the rescue package, has not passed the House, only the Senate.) I’m a certified tax pro who works remotely. If you haven’t filed your taxes, let’s talk. For personal and/or business funding, I’m here for you. financialfuture girlgetyourbag genwmovement generationalwealth FundingFridays GenerationWealthwomenwisdomwealth