The IRS is sending more money to some that were shorted in their original stimulus payments.
They're calling it a "plus-up" and they are going to folks who's 2020 tax returns show they are owed more money. Some payments were wrong because initial payments were based on returns from 2018 and 2019.
For example, if you earned less money in 2020 than in previous years or if you had a child who was not born when previous tax returns were filed, that'll mean a probable "plus-up" for you.
Social Security recipients and others that did not file in '19 and '20 may also get the additional dollars.
The IRS began sending those payments over the weekend. If you believe you're eligible, may wanna check your account if you have direct deposit or your mailbox if you get it by paper check.