Update On the Stimulus: The Final Stimulus Check Arrived Today


The last stimulus payment, in the manner of an enhanced child tax credit, will be deposited into bank accounts Wednesday.

The vast majority of donations will be sent by CHILDCTC-labeled direct deposit. People who received payments by cheque or debit card will get their funds in the following weeks.

Since the payments were originally delivered in July, around 39 million people have received them. As per the United States Treasury Department, today’s payment totals $16 billion for 61 million eligible children.


Monthly payments of the Child Tax Credit have benefited millions of families pay for basics like food, daycare, and other household needs when those bills occur since July,” stated Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. “Tens of millions of children’s lives have benefited across the nation because parents have gotten tax relief when they needed it the most.”

The payouts were authorized as part of the enormous American Rescue Plan stimulus program signed in March, but they are slated to expire this month unless Congress acts to extend them.

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Whether that occurs, the Internal Revenue Service will be hard pushed to keep the check flowing until the Jan. 15 delivery deadline.

The total Kid Tax Credit is $3,600 for each kids reaches the age of six and $3,000 for each child from six to seventeen, payable in $300 and $250 monthly payments, respectively. Half of the amount – $1,800 or $1,500 – was paid in 2021, with the remaining recovered when taxes were filed in 2022.

Families receiving less than $150,000 and individual filers making less than $75,000 are qualified for the full amounts.

It begins to phase out for joint filers with an AGI of $150,000 or more, head-of-household filers with an AGI of $112,500 or more, and all other taxpayers with an AGI of $75,000 or more.

Qualification is due to tax filings in 2019 and 2020. The IRS evaluated eligibility using 2019 and 2020 tax filings; roughly 88 percent of youngsters were eligible.

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