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  • Hi Frank Digiaco. We have a couple of options for you. It sounds like you checked the IRS portal, but in case you did not, that would be your best source of information.

    Do you get your benefits on a debit card? If so, have you checked it? The IRS stated that SSDI recipients who have Direct Express will get their payment that way. Please take a look and let us know if any of those work.Ā 

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    Frank Digiaco

    I have checked the website I have checked my bank nothing it appears there are no clear answers

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    Jason Webb

    I am in the exact same position I'm on SSI I have not received stimulus money I keep checking the where's my refund site and it's the same thing everyday payment status unavailable. My sons mom is on SSI and got hers April 28th.. so I'm very confused.

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  • Hi Frank DigiacoĀ and Jason Webb. We found some information for you. This is from the IRS website under Q1:
    "Those who donā€™t usually file a tax return and receive Social Security retirement, survivor, or disability benefits (SSDI), Railroad Retirement benefits, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and VA Compensation and Pension (C&P) also receive automatic payments of $1,200. While some of these groups receive Forms 1099, many in this group don't typically file tax returns. Many people in these groups are expected to see the automatic $1,200 payments later this month (April - added by ST Moderator), with SSI and VA payments expected to start in May."

    Is this helpful?

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    Isabel - Thrive ModeratoršŸŒ±

    Frank Digiaco

    Social Security beneficiaries started receiving their payments last week and payment disbursements will continue through the end of May. Therefore, it's expected that youā€™ll receive your payment soon, by the same method you generally receive your benefits, be that direct deposit or mail. Read more here. Does this help?

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    Frank Digiaco

    I have pretty much just given up on it so it is what it isĀ 

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    Jerry Chavez

    I get SSDI benefits can I get stimulus check ?

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    Jerry Chavez

    I check my direct express card two times a month and still no stimulus added to my card need information on what to do help

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  • Hi Jerry Chavez, According to the IRS, non-fillers and assistance recipients will still get a payment, provided that they otherwise qualify. Take a look at the IRS site to help you find the specific information that applies to your situation to determine your eligibility.

    You can also check on the status of your payment if youā€™re eligible via the ā€œGet My Paymentā€ IRS tool.Ā Ā 

    We hope this will help.

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