What's the status of your Economic Impact Payment?
Use this site to obtain information about your Economic Impact Payment (EIP) under the CARES Act if you have filed a 2018 or 2019 tax return. Have a copy of your tax return with you, you will need information from it to access your EIP status.
Not required to file? Get your rebate
This IRS site provides US taxpayers, including US citizens regardless of country of domicile and green card holders; who have gross income below a US tax return reporting threshold; to provide their banking information to the IRS for the deposit of the Economic Impact Payment, aka Stimulus Check
IRS Rebate Check Calculator
Kiplinger is a financial and tax news publication that has developed this free, stimulus check calculator that you can use to estimate the amount of your rebate check. Please follow the instructions provided by Kiplinger and use your 2018 US tax return information if you have not yet filed your 2019 tax return.
Federal Tax Relief Information
The IRS has established a special section focused on steps to help taxpayers, businesses and others affected by the coronavirus. This page will be updated as new information is available.
State Tax Relief Information
The American Institute of CPAs has put together the document linked below to summarize different relief measures enacted by the different state tax authorities. With many thanks to the AICPA for keeping this information updated and for sharing it with the public.
Relief for Small Businesses
The US Chamber of Commerce has updated their website to provide information about resources available to small businesses, including key information about federal aid programs under the CARES Act passed on March 27th, how to apply for Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Assistance Loans and Coronavirus Emergency Loans, and other important resources.
Expanded US Unemployment Benefits
The Department of Labor’s website provides information about applying for unemployment benefits and the expanded benefits provided under the CARES Act, including links to every state’s unemployment insurance program websites.