Economic Impact Payments (i.e. the “stimulus checks)
The IRS has begun processing stimulus payments for qualified recipients. Payments could be delivered by direct deposit or check depending on how your 2019 or 2018 tax returns were filed. The "Get My Payment" tool is now available on the IRS website to track the status of your payment and can be accessed using the quick link in the helpful resources section below. Account information may be obtained by using the directions below.IRS Economic Impact Information Center
Helpful Stimulus Payment Information
How do I Track the Status of My Payment?
The IRS has launched the “Get My Payment” tool to check the status of your Economic Impact Payment. Click below to access the IRS website and check your status. IMPORTANT: When setting up ACH direct deposit you must correctly enter the account type. Please verify your account type as Checking (includes Money Market accounts) or Savings Account before completing the IRS form.
Questions concerning your eligibility?
Visit the IRS Economic Impact Center for answers to general eligibility questions including the amounts you can expect to receive if you qualify under the guidelines. You can also see answers to commonly asked questions in the section below.
Need your Centennial Bank account information?
Did not file taxes for 2018 or 2019 but want direct-deposit for your stimulus payment?
The IRS launched a new tool to allow non-filers to enter their account info. IMPORTANT: When setting up ACH direct deposit you must correctly enter the account type. Please verify your account type as Checking (including Money Market account) or Savings Account before completing the IRS form.
What if I do not have a bank account or do not wish to provide the information?
The IRS will send you an paper check to the most current address they have on file.
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