Stimulus. Eighty six percent of Pennsylvania adults will receive economic impact payments of up to $1,400 per person through the American Rescue Plan, and money scheduled to begin being direct deposited into bank accounts this month
U.S. Representative Matt Cartwright (PA-08), a supporter of the rescue plan, is highlighting a new “Get My Payment” tool from IRS.gov where Pennsylvanians can check the status of their payments.
“Help is here, and we want to get this money into the pockets of Pennsylvanians as quickly as possible so you can pay bills, care for your families and support local businesses and jobs,” said Rep. Cartwright.
To check the status of your payment visit irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment.
Pennsylvanians could start seeing payments show up in their bank accounts as soon as this month if they filed their 2019 or 2020 taxes with the IRS or used the “non-filer portal” for previous payments and provided their bank account information to the IRS. Others will receive a paper check or debit card in the mail over the next several weeks.