It’s Thursday April 16th. Time for your IRS Economic Stimulus checks and cares act update. We have 3 big problems to talk about today.
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It was not a pretty day yesterday. I heard from hundreds of you that said you couldn’t get on the IRS website to give them your direct deposit information. You were frustrated and understandably so.
IRS.gov is still having a ton of problems. Reports all over the country with people unable to input their direct deposit info. THey’re getting this error message when trying to log in.
“Your request could not be completed, Please try again in a few minutes.” But others are being told to come back in 24 hours.
Some users reported slow load times, while others said their status wasn’t available even though they had filed taxes in recent years.
Down Detector, a website that tracks website outages, showed several reports of problems with IRS.gov on Wednesday. I was able to access the website after a wait time.
But there was another big issue yesterday. The government sent money to the wrong bank accounts. Listen to this…
Americans are confused about what happened to the stimulus check deposits that were supposed to show up in their bank accounts on Wednesday.
The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service launched the “Get My Payment” web application allowing people to track their payout, which was hit with early glitches at the time of launch.
Around 80 million people were to receive the deposit this week, the Treasury Department said on Monday. But Wednesday, many people expressed concern and worry when the government website said the cash, up to $1,200 per person, was sent to a bank account that didn’t seem to belong to them. They were logging in and seeing that the money was paid… but paid to an entirely wrong bank account.
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