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Stimulus Check Calculator: How Much Will You Receive? * Calculations are estimates based on the figures from the CARES Act as of March 27th, 2020. They are subject to change.


Paper Check Preliminary Mailing Dates:

The IRS is now sending paper stimulus checks, and plans to send approximately 5 million paper checks each week. The order of stimulus checks is not random or based on geography. The IRS will send checks starting with taxpayers who have the lowest annual adjusted gross income as reported on their 2018 or 2019 tax return, whichever is more recent. Here is the planned weekly schedule for the IRS to mail stimulus checks based on annual adjusted gross income, as first reported by The Washington Post. All dates represent the “week ending” (for example, the week ending April 24) and the IRS could change this schedule at any time.

  • •Less than $10,000: April 24
  • •$10,001 – $20,000: May 1
  • •$20,001 – $30,000: May 8
  • •$30,001 – $40,000: May 15
  • •$40,001 – $50,000: May 22
  • •$50,001 – $60,000: May 29
  • •$60,001 – $70,000: June 5
  • •$70,001 – $80,000: June 12
  • •$80,001 – $90,000: June 19
  • •$90,001 – $100,000: June 26
  • •$100,001 – $110,000: July 3
  • •$110,001 – $120,000: July 10
  • •$120,001 – $130,000: July 17
  • •$130,001- $140,000: July 24
  • •$140,001 – $150,000: July 31
  • •$150,001 – $160,000: August 7
  • •$160,001 – $170,000: August 14
  • •$170,001 – $180,000: August 21
  • •$180,001 – $190,000: August 28
  • •$190,001 – $198,000: September 4
  • •Remaining checks: September 11

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