Stimulus Payments Information
Last updated on 01/04/2021
Economic stimulus payments are now in the process of being distributed by the government to eligible families and individuals. For the most up-to-date information regarding stimulus check amounts, send dates and more, please visit the IRS Economic Impact Payment Information Center.
If you are expecting a stimulus payment electronically to your Nutmeg account, be sure to set up an e-Alert to notify you when your funds are deposited. You can also check your accounts at any time from the Nutmeg Mobile App or e-Banking.
Beware of stimulus check scammers!
Unfortunately, these stimulus payments are also creating new opportunities for online scammers. Please remain vigilant and aware of scammers posing as federal representatives who may ask you for sensitive information. Remember:
- No one should contact you requesting personal information in order to process your stimulus payment. If you are eligible, you do not need to do anything or provide any additional information.
- There is no early access to stimulus funds. If you are contacted with an offer to receive your stimulus payment early, this is a scam.
The Treasury Department states that if you receive calls, emails or other communications claiming to be from the government offering COVID-19 related grants or stimulus payments in exchange for personal financial information, an advance fee or a charge of any kind (including the purchase of gift cards), do not respond.
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We are here to help and have been constantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation to keep you informed. If you have any questions about stimulus payments or other forms of financial relief, please contact us at any time for more information.