By financen | June 28, 2008 - 6:41 am - Posted in Personal Finance

Stimulus Payments are being issued on a schedule according to the last 2 digits of the primary social security number (SSN) shown on your 2007 tax return.

While preparing your tax file or filing a return, fees was deducted from your 2007 refund, or you received a refund anticipation loan, you will not get any direct deposit. A paper check will be sent to you instead.

You must check the payment schedule prior to using this application because specific information about your stimulus payment will not be available until about one week before your payment is scheduled to be sent.

When you are ready to get your stimulus payment information, you have to take the following steps.

1) Enter your social security number.

2) Filing status whether you are single or married or you are filing a joint return. Married people filing separate return must also mention their status. You also need to mention if you are a head of the household or qualifying widow.

3) Consumers need to be very alert with their personal information. There are lots of email scams about the economic stimulus payment. Always remember IRS never initiates any emails. Just in case if you face any problems while using the application forms, check the requirements to make sure that you are using the correct browser software for the application to function properly.

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