So far, it remains to be defined how much money will be given and who will receive this support
Lawmakers have yet to pass a second stimulus package that is expected to include the delivery of a second check. Until now, the Senate and the House of Representatives have officially postponed the negotiations until September, in accordance with CNet.
Although it remains to be seen how much money they will give you and your family and who will be eligible to receive it, you can have an idea of how the IRS will send you the money this time, in case this second stimulus check is finally approved.
While there is no official plan yet, the way a second stimulus check is sent is likely to be very similar to how it was sent out for the first.
If you filed your taxes in 2018 or 2019 and included your direct deposit information, chances are you can receive your stimulus check directly to your account.
If not, you could receive it as a paper check in the mail, and they could even give you a prepaid card, as was done in some cases with the first aid of this type.