The IRS has issued the first few batches of payments via direct deposit and has also begun delivering
checks through the mail for individuals who do not have direct deposit information on file.
This leaves several possibilities of where your stimulus check may be:
-You have not provided a direct deposit and your check has/will be sent to the last address.
-The direct deposit information the IRS has on file is incorrect and payment was sent to the wrong
-Your 2019 tax return is awaiting processing.
If you have not received your stimulus payment and would like to update your direct deposit
information, you can do so on the IRS’ Get My Payment tool.
If you used a tax service to obtain an advance tax refund or decided to deduct the tax preparation fee
from your tax refund, the IRS may have an issue processing your refund and it may be delayed.