Tens of millions of taxpayers will get the direct payments Wednesday if the IRS has their direct deposit information.
The $600 stimulus checks got Americans shopping again.
If the IRS has out-of-date information for your bank account, you may have to claim the stimulus as a credit on your 2020 taxes.
Even with the rollout of vaccinations and federal action on a relief package, many consumers are wary about the future.
While Trump did not specifically threaten to veto the COVID bill, there's a chance this could delay relief checks.
The headline items are $600 checks to individuals and an additional $300 per week in unemployment benefits for many.
Direct payments in the range of $600 and extra unemployment benefits around $300 per week are on the table.
The deadline for filing information with the IRS to get the money is Nov. 21.
And that's likely to hurt families who are already stretched to the limit.