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Updated June 20, 2021.
Economic Impact Payment Updates:
Updates on third round of Economic Impact Payments:
On March 22, 2021, the IRS announced that the next batch of Economic Impact Payment, EIP, will be issued to taxpayers this week, many of these will coming by paper check or prepaid debit card.
Taxpayers who received a direct deposit should see their EIP on March 24, the official pay date for EIP. If you did not receive a direct deposit for your EIP by March 24, your payment will be arriving in the coming weeks through mail.
The EIP through mail will be in the form of a paper check or a EIP card, similar to the last two rounds of the stimulus check. Paper checks will say, "Economic Impact Payment," in the memo section. The EIP card will be a Visa debit card and will have the issuer's name, MetaBank, N.A., on the back of the card. More information about the EIP card can be found at EIPcard.com.
No action is needed by most people to receive this round of EIP. You can go to the “Get My Payment” tool on IRS.gov to check if the payment has been scheduled.
Please visit the IRS.gov for more information.
Updated March 22, 2021
IRS concluding stimulus payments
The IRS on Friday reissued 1.2 million Economic Impact Payments through the ACH network with an effective date of this Wednesday, Feb. 3. Another 2.3 million reissued EIP2 checks are scheduled to be printed and mailed by Friday, Feb. 5.
These payments conclude the second round of EIPs. Henceforth, recipients will need to file for the Recovery Rebate Credit for any missing or returned EIPs from either round of payments.
IRS changes policy, will reissue some misdirected EIPs
The IRS has announced that it has changed its position, and will reissue some Economic Impact Payments that had been mistakenly sent to tax preparers and returned by those tax preparers to the IRS per IRS instruction. Previously, the IRS had said that no payments would be reissued.
EIPs to be sent via paper check or debit card
The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service are sending approximately 8 million second Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) by prepaid debit card.
IRS and Treasury urge eligible people who don’t receive a Direct Deposit to watch their mail carefully. Taxpayers should note that the form of payment for the second mailed EIP may be different than the first mailed EIP. Some people who received a paper check last time might receive a prepaid debit card this time, and some people who received a prepaid debit card last time may receive a paper check this time.
EIP Cards are being sent in a white envelope which prominently displays the U.S. Department of the Treasury seal. The EIP Card has the Visa name on the front of the Card and the issuing bank name, MetaBank®, N.A. on the back of the card. Each mailing will include instructions on how to securely activate and use the EIP card.
Retail Banking Updates:
We have a full line-up of digital banking options. Visit our Online & Mobile Banking page for more information.
We are excited to introduce Curbside Service as an official CNB service. How does it work? Pull into one of our designated spots and call the number listed. We’ll be out to help you right away. This is perfect for notary service, signing documents, debit card printing, and more.