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Second Economic Impact (stimulus) Payment

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Second Economic Impact (stimulus) Payment

En español | To aid families that continue to struggle financially during the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed a new $900 billion economic stimulus billon Dec. 21. Much to its embarrassment, the IRS sent over 1 million first-round stimulus payments to dead people. The last exception wasn’t available for the first round of stimulus checks under the CARES Act.

This site will take you through the process step by step so you can get your payment as soon as possible. You’ll be able to claim the first and second payments on Form 1040 (here’s how). People who file taxes as heads of household who earn up to $112,500 are eligible for the full $600 payment.

Then the tax agency started cancelling uncashed checks sent to deceased people. However, in addition to adding the exception for the second round of payments, the COVID-related Tax Relief Act makes the exception retroactive to the first stimulus check payments. If you receive SSI or veterans’ benefits and don’t usually file taxes but do qualify for the extra $500 per child, you could register your child through the Non-Filers portal until May 5.

Receiving unemployment benefits doesn’t disqualify you from also receiving a stimulus check, nor will it reduce the benefit amount you’ll receive from either source. The IRS started making direct deposit payments and mailing checks in April. What if it takes awhile for people to receive paper checks, for example?

Fortunately, the IRS reversed course and sent payments to the surviving spouse. Those that didn’t make that deadline have to wait until their 2020 tax returns to receive those payments.

Of those who qualify for a payment, 130 million people received theirs in the first four weeks. If you received a refund through direct deposit with your latest tax return , the IRS will directly deposit your money into this account, and they won’t need your updated address. If you haven’t filed your 2019 taxes yet, the IRS will receive your updated address through your tax return.

New parents will not receive a check for their newest member of the family because the stimulus checks are based on 2019 tax filings. Others will receive paper checks or prepaid cards in the mail, at the address that the IRS has on file for that individual. While $600 coronavirus stimulus payments have started hitting bank accounts across the nation, many won’t be receiving checks or direct deposits this time around.

At first, the IRS asked the deceased person’s family members to return the money. It’s conceivable that some people will do their taxes before they receive their payment and will instead claim it as a credit on their return — only to receive a payment later. Keep in mind that while 2020 taxes aren’t due until April 15 this year, the IRS generally begins accepting returns in late January.

If you receive Social Security benefits you are eligible to receive a stimulus check even if you do not file an income tax return. If you meet all those requirements and still didn’t get a stimulus check, it’s possible your income disqualified you. Your adjusted gross income needed to be less than $99,000 as a single filer, $136,500 as a head of household, or $198,000 as a married joint filer to receive a payment for the first round of checks.

Did you miss the November 21st deadline to file a claim for the first stimulus check? The IRS set a November 21st deadline for non-filers to provide their information to claim the first stimulus check. To find out if you’re eligible for a stimulus check, visit our Recovery Rebate FAQ.