2021 Economic Impact Payment Status Available
Find when and how we sent your 2021 Economic Impact Payment with the Get My Payment tool.
Find help with this tool with Frequently Asked Questions.
Get My Payment updates once per day, usually overnight. Do not call the IRS. Our phone assistors don’t have information beyond what’s available on IRS.gov.
Previous payment information is no longer available in Get My Payment. See First and Second Payment Status.
When We’ll Send Your 2021 Payment
The first batch of payments will be sent by direct deposit, which some recipients started receiving as early as March 12.
Additional batches of payments will be sent in the coming weeks by direct deposit and through the mail as a check or debit card.
You’ll see one of these messages when you use Get My Payment:
- A payment has been processed, a payment date is available and payment is to be sent either by direct deposit or mail. Note: mail means you may be issued an EIP Card or a check.
- You’re eligible, but a payment has not been processed and a payment date is not yet available.
It will not show the amount of your 2021 Economic Impact Payment.
Payment Status Not Available: We haven’t yet processed your payment or you’re not eligible for a payment.
Need More Information: Your payment was returned to the IRS because the Postal Service was unable to deliver it. Only people who get this message can use the tool to give us bank account information.
Get help with this tool in Get My Payment Frequently Asked Questions.
The first and second Economic Impact Payments no longer appear in Get My Payment.
For information on these payments, view or create your online account and check your mail for IRS Notices 1444 and 1444-B.
Didn’t Get the First and Second Payments? Claim the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit.
If you didn’t get the full amount of the first or second payment you were eligible for, you may be eligible to claim the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit and must file a 2020 tax return even if you aren’t required to file. The third payment will not be used to calculate the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit.