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You must have your information updated with the IRS so that there is no delay in sending your stimulus check.

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The Senate passed the COVID-19 stimulus bill on Saturday, which includes a third stimulus check.

However, the House of Representatives must vote on him again, because the Senate made some amendments to him.

After this, President Biden will sign the bill and it will finally become law. This way, the IRS can begin sending stimulus checks to all eligible individuals..

If you are among the groups of people who will receive the stimulus checks of $ 1,400 dollars or at least a part of them, here are some tips that can help you receive the third stimulus check faster.

The first thing you should do is sign up for direct deposit payment with your 2020 tax return, which would put you in the group of people who will receive the money first.

If you’ve recently moved, let the IRS and USPS mail service know, as they may have an outdated address for you and will be difficult to find, according to CNET.

As well check that the IRS has the correct details of your bank account on file. It happens that many people close their bank accounts, which makes it impossible for the IRS to get the money to them.

–You may also be interested: Third stimulus check could begin to be sent on March 17

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Salvador Perez wallops walk-off homer to lift Royals over Blue Jays (Video)

The Kansas City Royals took the second half of their doubleheader against the Toronto Blue Jays thanks to Salvador Perez’s 459-foot walk-off home run.

All walk-off home runs are great, but there’s something extra delightful about an absolute blast to end a game in the final inning.

Salvador Perez obliged on Saturday with a 495-foot rocket to give the Kansas City Royals a 3-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.

The mere sound of that sweet contact made it clear the ball was going over the wall.

Salvador Perez CRUSHES it for the walk-off blast ????

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— Yahoo Sports MLB (@MLByahoosports) April 18, 2021

Salvador Perez came up big when the Royals needed him

Perez’s blast was his fourth of the season and his second in three games. His bat couldn’t have come alive at a better time. The Royals dropped the first game of the doubleheader 5-1 and were in danger of heading to extra innings. There was no need once Perez stepped up to the plate.

The six-time All-Star had Tommy John surgery in 2019 and won a Silver Slugger in his return last season. So far in 2021, he’s coming good again, batting .302 after signing a massive extension.

The Blue Jays opened the scoring in the second, but KC found two runs in the third via an error to score Jarrod Dyson and a double driving home Andrew Benintendi. Lourdes Gurriel Jr.’s sacrifice fly scored Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to even things up in the fourth.

Because of the doubleheader format, the two teams played to the seventh.

The win will keep Kansas City firmly in first place in the AL Central, taking advantage of a rough weekend for other teams in the division. The Cleveland Indians lost their second-straight to the Cincinnati Reds. The third-place Chicago White Sox lost to the Boston Red Sox. The Minnesota Twins had their game with the Los Angeles Angels postponed because of COVID-19. The Detroit Tigers fell to the Oakland Athletics for the third time.

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