Stimulus Check four has been speculated for a long time. The earlier checks have provided a great sense of relief to the mass. However, the current situation in America has led the people to push for another check.
As much as the fourth check is being pushed, the possibility of one is unlikely. The federal government is currently focusing stimulus package of the federal budget. The government has stated that the economy is showing signs of a turnaround. They are putting more stress on speeding up the vaccination process.
However, other payments might lighten up the mood. The third stimulus payment was rolled in recently. Apart from those, the Expanded Child Tax Credit has also been announced. Families will receive almost $3600 as benefits.
These will be received as a direct payment every month till December 2021. States such as California have announced $600 benefits for all its residents. Families having children are entitled to receive an added $500.
The last few weeks have witnessed a sharp rise in the covid cases. Death rates are also going up alarmingly. The Delta Strain is expected to be the culprit. As per speculations, a new wave of pandemics is threatening to hit the United States.
A recent statement from the IRS has instilled excitement into the minds of a lot of citizens. It has been informed that the third stimulus check can still be claimed. Let us learn more about the story in detail below.
Stimulus Check: Where Are The Third Checks?
New Stimulus Checks are a distant possibility as of now. The federal government has almost rejected the possibility of a new payment.
However, recent news from the IRS has stated that checks are still available. The third check was worth $1400.
Close to a 175million residents received the money. However, there are still 645,000 people left to receive the same.
The IRS has asked them to hurry up and file their taxes appropriately to receive the money.
People are advised to check their bank statements for Letter 6475. The letter contains every detail about how much money the government owes to a single individual.