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COVID-19 Update – Stimulus Payments

By Matt Rarden, President and CEO

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As of today, Monday, January 4th, our branch lobbies continue to be open to members by appointment only.  Our drive up, where available, and online and mobile banking channels are open and ready to serve you as always.  This is in accordance with our state and local guidance.

We know that government stimulus payments (also known as economic impact payments) are crucial to many of our members, so we want to share important information with you.

As part of the COVID-related Tax Relief Act of 2020, the federal government will begin to provide a second round of stimulus payments to eligible recipients. If you’re eligible to receive a payment, you may receive your funds in one of the following ways:

Automatic deposit

If you are receiving a payment, it will be deposited directly into the same account you used to file your 2019 tax return and/or the account number used in the previous stimulus payment program.
You can check your payment status on the IRS COVID Stimulus website.  

Paper check in the mail

If you did not give the IRS your direct deposit account information through your federal tax return in the last two years and haven’t provided them with your information as a non-filer, you will likely receive a US Treasury check. The check will be mailed to the address on file at the IRS from the prior year tax return. If you receive a paper check, feel free to deposit it using the Kirtland Federal Credit Union mobile app, or at your local branch.

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