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Submitted by Jenn Underwood, Contributor. Updated January 17, 2021
Many Americans may have been buoyed by President-elect Joe Biden’s announcement that he plans to send additional $1,400 stimulus checks as part of his American Rescue Plan. But millions of Americans still haven’t received their $600 second stimulus checks—and the deadline to distribute them is January 15, 2021.
Calculator: Estimate How Much Your Second Stimulus Check Could Be
The IRS and Treasury Department moved fast to send out the second stimulus payments after President Donald Trump signed the second Covid relief bill on December 27, 2020. But the rush also caused glitches with direct deposits. It further inundated an already overwhelmed United State Postal System (USPS). And it may result in more Americans having to wait until tax filing time to claim their stimulus payment.
Why Hasn’t My Stimulus Payment Arrived Yet? Here are 7 reasons you may still be waiting.
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