Individuals earning up to $75,000 and married couples earning up to $150,000, Earn:
$1400 for Single Taxpayer
$2800 for Married Couple (Filing Jointly)
+$1400 per dependent
*Individuals earning more than $80,000 and married couples earning more than $160,000, if eligible, will receive a lesser amount. Payments begin to phase out when adjusted gross income exceeds these levels.
Receiving Your Stimulus via Direct Deposit
Deposits may be seen as early as 03/17/2021, but can also be deposited after this date.
When the ACH deposit is pending on your account, you can view your deposit in online banking under Account Summary:
If you qualify for a payment, you will receive your payment in one of two ways:
- If your financial account is on file with the IRS, your stimulus payment will be deposited directly into your account. The IRS will use the account information from your 2019 or 2020 tax return filings.
- If you do not have a financial account on file with the IRS, your payment check will be mailed to you at the address the IRS has on file.
While the exact day payments will be distributed is unknown at this time, we expect the Treasury Department to begin distributing payments this week. However, please note that these payments could be sent in waves, and not everyone will receive payments at the same time. You need to visit the IRS.gov website to check the status of your stimulus payment.
We also want to remind you that the IRS will not contact you for your personal information in order to provide a payment. Stay alert to fraud, and please do not share your confidential account details with anyone who contacts you by email or over the phone.