Where will my 2nd stimulus check be sent?
Certain processing issues at the IRS will cause payment delays for many Americans waiting to receive their relief. It is estimated that the IRS has inadvertently sent payments to over 13 million bank accounts that are no longer open or valid. Impacted banks are required to send the affected payments back to the U.S. Treasury.
While this will cause some delay, the IRS has stated that returned payments will be re-processed and sent out as paper checks or debit cards to taxpayers within 14 days of receipt after the beginning of tax season. This means that affected taxpayers may not receive their funds until February. Until these payments are re-processed, taxpayers may experience some intermittent inaccuracies with the status of their EIP (stimulus funds) on IRS’s Get My Payment tool.
Our office has not and will not receive funds from the IRS to distribute to taxpayers.
San Diego Taxman does not have the ability to view your EIP history or access your account with the IRS. Please visit irs.gov for the latest updates and guidance regarding the second round of EIP payments. After the IRS begins issuing funds, please visit IRS Get My Payment tool to view the method the IRS used to deliver payments.