The IRS has listed eligibility requirements to obtain a stimulus payment. These requirements are as follows: U.S. Citizen or U.S. Resident who is not a dependent and has a work-eligible Social Security number,
gross incomes up to $75,000 for single filers, $112,500 for the head of household,
and $150,000 for married filing jointly. Individuals will receive reduced payments for incomes up to $99,000 for single filers, $136,500 for the head of households, and $198,000 for married filing jointly. This means if your income exceeds these amounts for your filing category
you will not receive an economic relief payment. Those on Social Security retirement,
disability benefits, Railroad Retirement benefits, SupplementalSecurity Income, and VA Compensation & Pension is also eligible and will receive automatic payments. However,
if you receive these benefits and have a qualifying child dependent, you will need to use the
IRS non-filer tool in order to receive the additional $500.Those who are not receiving these benefits and have low or no income must use the non-filer tool onIRS.gov to receive payment.