With the IRS disbursing the third round of stimulus payments via direct deposit, checks and prepaid debit cards, as of March 17th, many Americans, have seen a much-awaited bank account boost. As of April 14, the IRS says it has disbursed 159 million stimulus payments, amounting to more than $376 billion.
“The Department of Treasury and the IRS are working hard to get relief payments out the door as fast as possible to the American people; people can expect to start seeing direct deposits hit their bank accounts as early as this weekend,” stated Jen Psaki, White House press secretary, in a press briefing on March 11. “And payments to eligible Americans will continue throughout the course of the next several weeks.”
Unfortunately, not all eligible Americans have received their third stimulus check. If you are in this situation as well, here are 8 possible reasons your stimulus money hasn’t arrived yet.