The most common stimulus check questions can be answered quickly through the IRS website.
The IRS-created a stimulus check tracking tool called Get My Payment. This is the best way to confirm that the IRS processed your payment, if you're getting or and when it might arrive.
The tool also flags if there's a problem, which could lead to a delay in receiving your stimulus payment.
cPort does not have specific information about when the IRS is sending out payments.
Economic Relief Funding Information
The IRS is in the process of rolling out a third round of stimulus funds. These payments could be sent in waves, and not everyone will receive payments at the same time. We also want to remind you that the IRS will not contact you for your personal information in order to provide a payment. Stay alert to fraud, and please do not share your confidential account details with anyone who contacts you by email or over the phone.
For some members, the money will be automatically deposited into your cPort Account. The IRS will use the account information you provided on your 2019 or 2020 tax returns to deposit your funds.
Stimulus Checks – Important Details
- Your payment amount is based on your 2019 or 2020 taxes.
- This third round of payments will be distributed automatically, with no action required for eligible individuals.
- The maximum amount for the third round of stimulus checks will be $1,400 for any eligible individual or $2,800 per eligible couple filing taxes jointly. Each eligible dependent — including adult dependents — also will qualify for a payment of $1,400. That means a family of four could receive as much as $5,600 in total.
- Single adults who reported $75,000 or less in adjusted gross income on their 2019 or 2020 tax return will receive the full $1,400 payments, as will heads of household who reported $112,500 or less. Couples filing jointly who earned $150,000 or less in adjusted gross income will receive the full $2,800. The size of the payment will gradually decrease for those who earned more than those amounts. Single filers who earned more than $80,000 in adjusted gross income, heads of household who earned more than $120,000, and couples filing jointly with more than $160,000 in income will not receive stimulus payments in the third round.
- The payment will resemble a tax refund when it posts to your account.
Remember, cPort is always here to help. If you have a question about your account specifically, don’t hesitate to reach out by calling us at 1-800-464-0253. A Member Care Representative will be happy to assist you.