Yes. The stimulus amounts you are eligible for will show up as part of your refund amount at the top of the page. On your tax return it is called a Recovery Rebate Credit. When you complete the "Federal Review" for the first time the credit is added once you answer the stimulus questions there.
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Ok so one more question. In that case why would my refund amount still reflect the same amount as before doing the stimulus questions? That amount alone is less than what I am eligible to receive for the stimulus so I know it wasn't added on to the amount.
Because Turbo Tax started out assuming you didn't get any Stimulus payments so it was already figured in. Your refund can be less because you must owe some tax on your total income.
Check 1040 line 30 for the Recovery rebate credit. It either adds to your refund or reduced a tax due. Before filing, You can preview the 1040 or print the whole return