It’s confirmed. Another round of payments that is part of the $900 billion COVID-19 stimulus package is on its way.

While some details remain unknown, as an added convenience, automatic alerts have been activated to notify our Digital Banking customers that a deposit has been made into First Southern National Bank accounts.

Will I receive a second stimulus check?

According to the IRS, payments are automatic for eligible taxpayers who filed a 2019 tax return, those who receive Social Security retirement, survivor or disability benefits (SSDI), Railroad Retirement benefits as well as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Veterans Affairs beneficiaries who didn’t file a tax return. Payments are also automatic for anyone who successfully registered for the first payment online at IRS.gov using the agency’s Non-Filers tool by November 21, 2020 or who submitted a simplified tax return that has been processed by the IRS.

As more details are released, we will continue to update this page. To get up-to-date information about previous stimulus payments, visit IRS.gov.

How do I find out if I will receive a second stimulus check?

You can check the status of both their first and second payments by using the Get My Payment tool on the IRS website, available in English and Spanish only on IRS.gov. The tool is being updated with new information, and the IRS anticipates the tool will be available again in a few days for taxpayers.

When will my stimulus payment be received?

Paper checks are scheduled to be sent on Wednesday, December 30. Some direct deposits will be memo-credited as early as Monday, January 4. To notify our customers in real-time, we’ve enabled automatic alerts to inform customers that a deposit has been made into their account.

Digital Banking users will receive email alerts when a deposit greater than $599 is delivered to their account. These deposit alerts are also available by text and are complimentary. The delivery method can be changed under Manage Alerts > Custom Alerts.

Customers may enroll in Digital Banking via the bank’s website at www.fsnb.net. Choose Login at the top, then sign up.

Learn more about our Digital Banking suite including alerts, mobile deposits, and its many benefits at https://fsnb.net/services/online-mobile-banking/.

What will the email alert look like?

Email alerts will be from [email protected] with a subject line of “Alert”. Deposit details will be included in the email alert. Please be sure to add [email protected] to your safe sender’s list to ensure delivery.

How do I opt-out of these alerts?

If you do not wish to receive these alerts, you can opt-out by logging into Mobile or Online Banking and navigating to the Manage Alerts menu item. From there, you can create new alerts, edit existing ones, or simply click the ON button to toggle the alert off.

How much can you expect to receive?

While full details remain unknown, this calculator will show you how much you can expect to receive, if anything, from the economic relief package currently being voted on. Please note that this is an estimation.

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