90 million stimulus payments disbursed so far, government says
About 90 million stimulus payments worth a total of more than $242 billion have been disbursed so far, said a news release on Wednesday from the Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service and the Bureau of the Fiscal Service. "The first batch of payments were mostly sent by direct deposit, which some recipients started receiving this past weekend," the release said. "As of today, all recipients of this first batch of direct deposit payments will have access to their funds." Most Americans are expected to get a $1,400 stimulus check through the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package that was signed into law last week.
Around 90 million improvement installments worth a sum of more than $242 billion have been dispensed up until this point, said a news discharge on Wednesday from the Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service and the Bureau of the Fiscal Service. "The principal clump of installments were generally sent by direct store, which a few beneficiaries began getting this previous end of the week," the delivery said. "Starting today, all beneficiaries of this first bunch of direct store installments will approach their assets." Most Americans are required to get a $1,400 upgrade check through the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 help bundle that was endorsed into law a week ago.