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Direct deposit filers get IRS rebates earliest

If you sign up for direct deposit when you fill out your tax return, you'll be at the head of the line when government rebates start coming out in May. The IRS says direct deposit rebates should show up in bank accounts the first half of May. Mailed checks should be delivered by July 11. Those who file after April 15 will have to wait longer. GO to for more details and a rebate calculator.

Stimulus payment schedule


Last two digits of your Social Security number are: Your payment should be sent to your bank account by:

00-21 May 2

21-75 May 9

75-99 May 16


Last two digits of your Social Security number are: Your check should be in the mail by:

00-09 May 16

10-18 May 23

19-25 May 30

26-38 June 6

39-51 June 13

52-63 June 20

64-75 June 27

76-87 July 4

88-99 July 11

Direct deposit filers get IRS rebates earliest 03/17/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 8:49am]
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