Polls show that most Americans support monthly coronavirus relief payments.
Senators and representatives are pushing Joe Biden for more stimulus checks, but the president has yet to respond.
Federal benefit recipients who don't receive their third stimulus funds electronically may be receiving a paper check instead.
The IRS is not planning to issue third stimulus payments as prepaid debit cards to federal benefit recipients, according to the SSA.
Whether you qualify for a follow-up payment depends largely on life changes reflected in your 2020 tax return.
Most of those eligible will receive payments automatically, though some will need to fulfil certain steps to get their funds.
The majority of stimulus payments for federal benefit recipients will be issued as direct deposits and to existing Direct Express card accounts, the IRS said.
The majority of these payments will be issued as direct deposits or to existing Direct Express card accounts, the IRS said Tuesday.
Infrastructure upgrades consistently poll well among the public. A Monmouth University poll released in January found 61 percent of the people surveyed rated transportation and infrastructure as "very important" or "extremely important."
The IRS expects to begin issuing payments this weekend to benefit recipients who don't usually file a tax return.
The required payment files were sent by the Social Security Administration to the IRS last Thursday, two weeks after the COVID-19 relief bill was signed into law.
House and Senate Democrats have pushed Biden for more direct payments, but the possible measure would face a legislative challenge.
A dispute over paperwork between the IRS and the Social Security Administration has delayed the payments.
State senators in Wisconsin and Missouri are looking to force prisoners to pay any restitution they owe before receiving an economic impact payment.
On Thursday, the SSA provided the IRS with the paperwork needed for stimulus payments to be issued to federal benefit recipients.
Republican lawmakers have staunchly criticized the president's COVID-19 package, and none voted for its passage through Congress.
A new report from the House Coronavirus Oversight Committee found that only $626 million fraudulent loans issued by the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) have been seized or forfeited.
The House committee on ways and means says almost 30 million Americans have been affected by the hold-up.
Nick Laparra, founder of the company Let's Give a Damn, says the checks are a direct way to help Black people.
The Internal Revenue Service has said more payments are to be received this week as it continues to roll out funds from the latest COVID-19 relief package.
Those who don't receive their direct deposit by March 24 "should watch the mail carefully" for a paper check or prepaid debit card in the coming weeks, the IRS advises.
The IRS is issuing around 17 million direct deposits with an "official pay date" of March 24 for its latest round of stimulus payments.
The president has faced scrutiny from across the political spectrum over issues at the border, but there has still been an uptick in his approval rating.
President Joe Biden's critics have seized on the burgeoning crisis along the southern border as the White House continues its victory lap following the passage of a nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package in a partisan vote.
The IRS will "automatically send" third stimulus funds to those who didn't file a tax return but are recipients of federal benefits such as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will allocate $2 billion for COVID-19-related funeral costs starting in April.
No date has yet been announced for when checks will be sent to recipients of Supplemental Security Income.
Many of the president's supporters dismissed concerns about him tripping and focused on policy issues.