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Originally posted by Cyprex
The IRS schedule for mailing out the checks is determined by the last two digits of your social security number:
Last two numbers of SS Date of Check Mailing
00-20 May 2nd
21-75 May 9th
76-99 May 16th
Originally posted by DCFusion
The problem is that people need the money now - so they are using their credit cards to stay afloat. When they get these checks, where are they going to go - to pay off the credit card debt.
This isn't going to help the economy....
Originally posted by _DISAVOWED_
Does anybody know if we will have to report these "releif" checks as supplemental income next year, i.e "taxeable" ??
Originally posted by St Udio
I had no taxable income, as the SS disability & VA disability combined do not exceed the poverty level...but i did have ~$500 in deferred IRA dividends to report (as deferred income) as i have done for the last 10 years/or so.