The first, second, and third Economic Impact Payments have all been released by the IRS.
The Get My Payment app can no longer be used to monitor the status of your payments.
What to Do If a Payment Is Missing?
If you didn’t get an Economic Impact Payment or received a portion of one on your 2020 or 2021 federal tax return, you could be qualified to claim a Recovery Rebate Credit.
It is crucial to realize that the Economic Impact Payments were applicable to several tax years. If you didn’t make the first, second, or third payment, you’ll need to submit a tax return in 2020 or 2021 to be eligible for the Recovery Rebate Credit.
Determine the payments you received.
Check the following to determine your Economic Impact Payments’ amounts:
Your on-line profile: To examine the total of your first, second, and third Economic Impact Payment amounts, log into your personal IRS account online and go to the Tax Records page’s “Economic Impact Payment Information” section.
IRS EIP Letters: These notices were sent to the address we have on record.
- Notice 1444 displays the first Economic Impact Payment for the 2020 tax year.
- Notice 1444-B displays the second Economic Impact Payment for the 2020 tax year.
- The third Economic Impact Payment for the tax year 2021 is shown in Notice 1444-C.
We’ll give you this notice, which confirms the sum of the third Economic Impact Payment and any plus-up payments you received for tax year 2021, up to March 2022.
For an accurate calculation of your Recovery Rebate Credit, you will need the whole payment information from either your letter or online account. When filing jointly as a married couple, each spouse must access their own online account or check their own letter to see their portion of the overall payment.