The Trump administration came to an agreement with congress and announces the second round of economic relief payments had started to go out. The official date funds were made available Monday, January 4. Many people may have already seen the $600 in their accounts through direct deposit. Paper checks and debit cards will be sent in the mail throughout January, according to the IRS.

If your 2019 reported income was $75,000 or less, under the current plan you would be eligible to receive the full $600 one-time payment. Couples who reported an adjusted gross income up to $150,000 would receive $1,200.

Although some people have already received their payment, It is likely not everyone who qualifies for more stimulus money will get their payment before the cutoff. Time and other roadblocks may delay when you receive your second stimulus check. Your position in the payment line will give you an estimate as to when you’d be receiving payment.

Key factors that play into your position in the payment schedule includes how soon you submitted your taxes for 2020 and how quickly the IRS processed your return. People who file their returns in February of last year would likely receive their stimulus check before the deadline.

Those who use H&R Block experienced a delay in receiving their second stimulus check. According to the company, H&R Block customers may have seen the stimulus payment sent to a temporary account, one with an account the customer does not recognize. The company says it has addressed the problem and the check will be directed to the method of payment the customer chose.

You can see the statues of you stimulus check online at The status of your stimulus check status on the IRS website tracking tool is updated once per day overnight After logging on, the online tool will ask for your social security number and your address then you will see the first stimulus payment from spring 2020 and the second stimulus payment.