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Tag: stimulus

United States Treasury Check

You’d like to know if you can file an amended tax return to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit if you did not receive the economic stimulus payment.

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Stimulus Check with $100 bills

The IRS has not issued guidance on whether an EIP distribution will be placed on hold if a taxpayer’s 2020 return is audited to question dependents.

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Stimulus Payment

Generally, as long as the incarcerated person is a US citizen (or resident alien), has a valid SSN, and is not claimed as a dependent, they may qualify.

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File Folders with one labeled Taxes

If I haven't worked in a couple of years and didn't file taxes or get the first stimulus check, then where do I start or how do I file?

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Stimulus Check

If you are currently under audit with IRS, you will still receive a stimulus check if your income falls within the eligibility limits.

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Man holding sign saying Stimulus Checks

Generally, yes. If you owe back taxes or have a payment agreement with the IRS, you will still receive a stimulus check if you are eligible to received one.

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American Flag with United States Treasury check and two $100 bills

President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The bill includes tax-related provisions for individuals and businesses.

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