Stimulus Payments – 3rd Round
The government recently announced another round of stimulus payments for Americans that meet certain criteria. Stimulus payments will be dispersed to you via the same method as your 2019 or 2020 tax refund. We have some helpful tips for you to track your stimulus payment.
View Your Stimulus Payment Online
Initial direct deposits may start posting to accounts as early as March 17, 2021. You can log in to digital banking to see if your stimulus payment has posted. If you do not have online banking, you can log in or enroll here.
Set Up Alerts
If your stimulus payment hasn’t posted yet, our online banking system allows you to set up alerts to notify you. Learn how to “set up an alert” or “add a device” to your account by accessing our “How-To” section of our digital banking page here.
Stimulus Check Arriving by Mail
Some Americans will receive their stimulus payment by check, or in some instances, a debit card in the mail. All checks are projected to be sent out by the end of March.
For additional questions about the third round of stimulus payments, visit this IRS website link.
We Are in This Together….
In every city, in every town, a strong neighborhood has purpose. Recognizing a way to brighten a day, lending a helping hand, and creating long-lasting relationships to name a few. It only makes sense that your neighborhood bank has the same values. We are all in this together.
Two Rivers Bank & Trust is prepared to assist our clients facing financial hardship or loss of income as a result of being impacted by COVID-19. We are committed to working with our clients to reduce financial stress during this challenging and uncertain time. All employees who work directly with our clients are trained to assist those who are impacted and will provide the right support to address their unique personal needs. Assistance will be on a case-by-case basis, so please reach out to us directly at 888-226-6063 to discuss the best options for meeting your needs.
We are thankful to be a part of your neighborhood, and we appreciate the trust you put in us as your financial partner.
Two Rivers Bank & Trust is temporarily closing its lobbies starting at 1p.m. Tuesday, March 17, 2020, until further notice to respect federal and state directives for social distancing.
Please utilize drive-thru banking and ATM/ITMs for transactions. This is a precautionary step to maintain public health. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we help deter the spread.
To request an in-person appointment for personal needs and services including retail, loan, and wealth management, please visit with the drive-thru teller or call 888.226.6063 and your request will be processed promptly.
Reminder: Our full range of banking solutions—from check deposits to making payments—can be accessed 24/7 through our digital banking services.
Two Rivers Bank & Trust Coronavirus Response
We understand that the Coronavirus, known as COVID-19, continues to cause questions in our community, our state, and the world. As your bank, we are operating in a state of preparedness and continue to work closely with the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) to ensure the health and safety of our staff and clients.
Two Rivers Bank & Trust is taking the additional following measures:
- Each of our branch locations have the necessary supplies to keep our work areas clean and disinfected.
- Two Rivers Bank & Trust has disaster recovery plans in place for these situations and we are following the procedures. Critical systems and staff that are essential to our day-to-day operations are setup to operate remotely and securely.
- We are asking employees that if they, or an immediate household member, receives direct notice from the CDC regarding exposure, to contact HR as soon as possible so that we may take any precautions needed.
- Staff have been notified that if they have participated in high risk travel activities in the last week or are scheduled for high risk travel to report this travel to Human Resources staff to work through precautions needed.
- Planned staff business travel to non-essential conferences or meetings has been cancelled.
As a reminder, we have convenient services that allow you to access your Two Rivers Bank & Trust accounts 24/7 with our digital banking services.
Please know that we continue to monitor the situation daily so that we can be quick in our response. Rest assured, our goal is to keep everyone as safe as we can.