Stimulus rebate payment program wrapping up

Last week the Treasury Department sent out 10.025 million economic stimulus payments to American households totaling $7.775 billion. So far, Treasury has sent out 104.875 million total economic stimulus payments totaling $86.079 billion.

Cumulative Total

Total Number of Payments: 104.875 million
Total Amount of Payments: $86.079 billion

Week Ten (June 30-July 4)

Total Number of Payments: 10.025 million
Total Amount of Payments: $7.775 billion

Week Nine (June 23-27)

Total Number of Payments: 9.674 million
Total Amount of Payments: $7.522 billion

Week Eight (June 16-20)

Total Number of Payments: 9.071 million
Total Amount of Payments: $6.919 billion

Week Seven (June 9-13)

Total Number of Payments: 9.526 million
Total Amount of Payments: $7.032 billion

Week Six (June 2-6)

Total Number of Payments: 9.143 million
Total Amount of Payments: $6.789 billion

Week Five (May 26-30)

Total Number of Payments: 5.757 million
Total Amount of Payments: $4.320 billion

Week Four (May 19-23)

Total Number of Payments: 6.211 million
Total Amount of Payments: $4.927 billion

Week Three (May 12-16)

Total Number of Payments: 15.575 million
Total Amount of Payments: $13.562 billion

Week Two (May 5-9)

Total Number of Payments: 22.180 million
Total Amount of Payments: $20.138 billion

Week One (April 28-May 2)

Total Number of Payments: 7.708 million
Total Amount of Payments: $7.091 billion

The Treasury Department will announce at the end of every week the total number of payments that have been sent to households, and the total amount of payments sent. Payments began April 28 and will continue via direct deposit or paper check through mid-July. For a single filer, the minimum payment is generally $300 and the maximum payment is $600. For joint filers, the minimum is generally $600 and the maximum $1,200. There is also an additional $300 payment for each qualifying child.

For tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service by April 15 households will receive their payments according to the last two digits of the Social Security number on the tax form. On a joint return, the first number listed will determine when a stimulus payment will be sent.

A small percent of tax returns will require additional time to process and to compute a stimulus payment amount. For these returns, stimulus payments may not be issued in accordance with the schedule above, even if the tax return was processed by April 15. In these cases, the stimulus payment will be issued approximately 2 weeks after the tax return is ultimately processed.

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