44 Of The Most Sarcastic And Funny Tweets That Show How People Are Gonna Spend All That Stimulus Check Money

The $1400 checks will arrive in bank accounts over the weekend, confirmed Treasury and Internal Revenue Service officials. 160 million households in the US are now waiting to receive $400 billion in direct payments that should aid many struggling in the times of crisis.

But the stimulus’ critics claim that $1400 is just too much and that not everyone even deserves it. Read this Twitter user’s illuminating response to everyone “squabbling over whether your neighbor deserves to receive $1400 more than once per *year*” in Bored Panda’s previous article here.

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So, Twitter users armed with a great deal of sarcasm decided to share how far ALL THAT money from the stimulus check will take them. Let’s see some of the funniest tweets that will surely get some discussion going in no time!


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With the House and Senate both approving the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill and President Joe Biden signing it into law on Thursday, 160 million households are in the process of receiving the long-awaited stimulus checks.

According to the officials, the first batch of payments will be sent by direct deposit, which some recipients started receiving as early as March 12. Additional batches of payments will be sent in the coming weeks in these ways: by direct deposit, through the mail, or as a check or debit card.

The first ones to receive the checks are most probably those who have already a direct deposit set up with the IRS. According to CNBC, it’s because the government already has their account information on file and doesn’t need to go through the process of printing, sorting and mailing physical checks or pre-paid debit cards. Meanwhile, Americans who don’t yet have direct deposit set up will likely have to wait a little longer for the checks to reach them.


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Among many possible issues to do with the actual payments is the fear of the money getting deposited into the wrong bank account, which happened in the last round of checks. If that happens, further delays in transfers are also very likely.

For those Americans who didn’t receive the full amount of the first or second stimulus payments they were eligible for, they may be able to claim them as a 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit. In that case, they have to file a 2020 tax return. However, the third stimulus payment will not be used to calculate the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit. More information on the procedure can be found right here.

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To find out how much money you could get under the American Rescue Plan, check out the Grow calculator. Also, check the payment status of your stimulus check here.


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