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Old 04-21-2020, 06:36 PM   #461
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Sergio, the website says that the info is only updated 1x day (at night). I just read an article (sorry, did not note the site) that quoted IRS officials saying that if you just updated your banking info and are eligible to receive a stimulus, you will receive it in the next couple of days. Checks begin going out next week. So, hopefully, Sergio, myself, and others that just used the banking update site will see their stimulus by the weekend.
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Old 04-22-2020, 05:28 AM   #462
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the wife just told me she got an email from her credit union where her ss check is deposited that her stimulus will show up between 10 days to two weeks. I assume they are starting to follow the ss direct deposits.
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Curious- of those that received the refunds, what were circumstances? Wondering if there is a pattern to who received it.

For us, refunds were applied to the next year quarterly payments. Husband on SS, I am not yet. Had filed 2019 taxes in Feb. Have entered deposit info in IRS site April 15 and no update as to when we will get the deposit. No stimulus yet.

DD and family filed 2018 returns but have not yet filed 2019. They received a refund in 2018. Received stimulus April 15.

DM filed 2019 return in Feb, applied refund to the quarterly, and is on SS. Has not (and will not) entered account info on IRS site, but site gives message they need account info. No stimulus yet, She is on SS but will wait for paper check.
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Sergio, the website says that the info is only updated 1x day (at night). I just read an article (sorry, did not note the site) that quoted IRS officials saying that if you just updated your banking info and are eligible to receive a stimulus, you will receive it in the next couple of days. Checks begin going out next week. So, hopefully, Sergio, myself, and others that just used the banking update site will see their stimulus by the weekend.
I updated my banking info on the first day the website was available and no direct deposit yet. We don't actually need the check but it was not delivered in a couple of days as the IRS official said.
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Old 04-22-2020, 07:03 AM   #465
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It's a link from the main IRS website:

https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment
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Old 04-22-2020, 07:19 AM   #467
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I was able to submit my bank account last week and have logged in to the IRS "Get My Payment" twice a day, once in the evening, once in the morning. However, today when I tried to login in, it told me to come back in 24 hours as (1) there is a problem with my information or (2) I am checking to often (??)

Is anyone else seeing this?
I haven't seen this, but it has been reported by many on the internet that trying too often will trigger their system to "lock you out" until the next day (or maybe for 24 hours).
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2018 Fed Return refund applied to 2019 (no banking info on the return).
2019 Fed Return accepted 4-5-2019. Had smaller amount refunded to bank.
Checked website early on and received error message for a week or so.
Checked website 4-20-2020 and received green light for bank deposit.
Bank deposit for max stimulus payment received.

What some are missing is that without your 2019 Fed filing (and maybe with it), this is a crapshoot. As soon as I started reading of these problems in the thread, I stopped slow-rolling my 2019 return and finalized that, with banking information.
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2018 Fed Return refund applied to 2019 (no banking info on the return).
2019 Fed Return accepted 4-5-2019. Had smaller amount refunded to bank.
Checked website early on and received error message for a week or so.
Checked website 4-20-2020 and received green light for bank deposit.
Bank deposit for max stimulus payment received.

What some are missing is that without your 2019 Fed filing (and maybe with it), this is a crapshoot. As soon as I started reading of these problems in the thread, I stopped slow-rolling my 2019 return and finalized that, with banking information.
I'm similar, but different. Owed money in 2018. 2019 Fed return accepted same day as you, refund direct deposited. Received $1200 in account on 4/15 (NOTE: married filed jointly so either my or my wife's $1200 seems to be in limbo). Never gotten any info from the website, always getting "Cannot determine your eligibility at this time"
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JPETER1093 Are one of you on SS?
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Curious- of those that received the refunds, what were circumstances? Wondering if there is a pattern to who received it.

For us, refunds were applied to the next year quarterly payments. Husband on SS, I am not yet. Had filed 2019 taxes in Feb. Have entered deposit info in IRS site April 15 and no update as to when we will get the deposit. No stimulus yet.

DD and family filed 2018 returns but have not yet filed 2019. They received a refund in 2018. Received stimulus April 15.

DM filed 2019 return in Feb, applied refund to the quarterly, and is on SS. Has not (and will not) entered account info on IRS site, but site gives message they need account info. No stimulus yet, She is on SS but will wait for paper check.
We both receive SS. Filed 2019 return mid-March. Received Federal refund 04/01. Received stimulus deposit for $2,400 and SS on 04/13 (SS received 2 days early. That's never happened before.).
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Neither of us are.
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What some are missing is that without your 2019 Fed filing (and maybe with it), this is a crapshoot. As soon as I started reading of these problems in the thread, I stopped slow-rolling my 2019 return and finalized that, with banking information.
2018 Fed return had a refund direct deposit to our checking.
2019 Fed accepted return on 2/22/20 with payment due that was direct debit from checking

When IRS website went live last week we showed no bank info so we entered it. We check every day and the same message:
"You are eligible for the payment. Once we have your payment date, we will update this page. We will deposit your payment to the bank account below"... gives our account number blah blah etc.

I read an article that if you don't get a DD this week you will get a paper check on the AGI schedule. Crapshoot.
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I haven't seen this, but it has been reported by many on the internet that trying too often will trigger their system to "lock you out" until the next day (or maybe for 24 hours).
Thanks. Now that I know the information is updated overnight, I'll only check once in the morning.
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Curious- of those that received the refunds, what were circumstances? Wondering if there is a pattern to who received it.

For us, refunds were applied to the next year quarterly payments. Husband on SS, I am not yet. Had filed 2019 taxes in Feb. Have entered deposit info in IRS site April 15 and no update as to when we will get the deposit. No stimulus yet.

DD and family filed 2018 returns but have not yet filed 2019. They received a refund in 2018. Received stimulus April 15.

DM filed 2019 return in Feb, applied refund to the quarterly, and is on SS. Has not (and will not) entered account info on IRS site, but site gives message they need account info. No stimulus yet, She is on SS but will wait for paper check.
Since you applied your refund toward next year’s taxes, I would be interested to know whether you checked “refund” or “owed” on the form and what amount you used. We applied our refund and I can’t get the site to accept our info.
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I updated my banking info on the first day the website was available and no direct deposit yet. We don't actually need the check but it was not delivered in a couple of days as the IRS official said.
I've been fighting to get that website to work for days. I finally tried turning my VPN off and Bingo! The site worked like a charm. Now I wait.
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Since you applied your refund toward next year’s taxes, I would be interested to know whether you checked “refund” or “owed” on the form and what amount you used. We applied our refund and I can’t get the site to accept our info.
At the time we entered the info, early the day it launched, there was choice for refund or owed. I entered the refund amount somewhere during the confirmation, and have had the message since of it will be deposited (with last 4 digits of account showing), and that when a date is available for the refund info will get updated.
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Neither of us are.
My gut feeling is that if one or both are on SS, the check has not been processed. So anxious to see if anyone on SS has seen theirs.
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Since you applied your refund toward next year’s taxes, I would be interested to know whether you checked “refund” or “owed” on the form and what amount you used. We applied our refund and I can’t get the site to accept our info.

I owed in 2018 and applied my refund to next year's taxes for 2019 return. When I checked status, I had to put down 'refund' and amount as Zero. When I tried the actual dollar amount to be applied to next year's taxes, I got a warning that the data did not match theirs and try again. When I used Zero, I got the 'technical difficulties, try again' message.

Technically that would be correct; I was owed a refund but I didn't RECEIVE a refund as it was instead of received, applied to next year's taxes. So I received zero.
Also for the record, I'm gettin SS, but DW isn't. The IRS info page says they have me in the system, but that they do not have my banking info and will send a check. Maybe they will, maybe they won't if they do or don't associate me with the SS status. So I'm thinking June or early July for me as my AGI was $90K+
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I owed in 2018 and applied my refund to next year's taxes for 2019 return. When I checked status, I had to put down 'refund' and amount as Zero. When I tried the actual dollar amount to be applied to next year's taxes, I got a warning that the data did not match theirs and try again. When I used Zero, I got the 'technical difficulties, try again' message.

Technically that would be correct; I was owed a refund but I didn't RECEIVE a refund as it was instead of received, applied to next year's taxes. So I received zero.
Also for the record, I'm gettin SS, but DW isn't. The IRS info page says they have me in the system, but that they do not have my banking info and will send a check. Maybe they will, maybe they won't if they do or don't associate me with the SS status. So I'm thinking June or early July for me as my AGI was $90K+
We both get SS. The IRS page says we are eligible for the stimulus, but they need our banking info for direct deposit, and of course, we can’t enter that because of the zero owed or refunded. I assume we will get a check at some point.
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