I guess this handy little tool has been around for the first two stimulus checks also, but I hadn't heard of it until this time. You simply go to this portion of the IRS' website, enter some personal info, and bam, you'll know when to expect your stimulus payment...
Those who want to check on the status of their payment can visit the IRS' "Get My Payment" tool, which was set up during the first round of checks last year.
Upon clicking the "Get My Payment" button, users will be asked to enter their social security number or individual tax number, their birthday and their address.
At that point, they should be redirected to a page that says "Payment Status," which will let users know when they should expect their money.
If for some reason a pop-up appears that reads "Payment Status Not Available," that means one of three things: the IRS has not yet processed the payment, the IRS does not have enough information to issue the user a payment, or the user is not eligible for a payment.