The IRS will provide more details as the 2021 tax filing date approaches.
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In case you missed Limit date to file the claim of first stimulus check, you might think it’s too late to do it. We have good news for you.
If you received your Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security (SSDI) benefits but still you haven’t received your first round stimulus check, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may ask you for more information about your eligibility.
In order to get your money this year, the IRS set November 21 as the deadline to provide your data. If you did not, do not worry, you can claim the additional amount at the moment to file your tax return for 2020 in 2021. Under this argument the IRS will call the delivery of your first stimulus check as a Recovery Refund Credit.
He IRS said will provide more details on what additional actions You should take into account when the submission deadline approaches in 2021.
What if you didn’t file a tax return in 2018 or 2019?
If you receive federal benefits, including SSI and the SSDI, you have only one form of income, or you were not required to file a federal tax return in 2018 or 2019, you can access the payment.
Under the CARES Act, you were entitled to receive the first stimulus check and have received a payment automatically without the need to file a tax return as the IRS had said.
Related: Is it true or false that undocumented immigrants will receive $ 1,800 in a second stimulus check?
If you didn’t get anything because you are part of a “mixed status family,” there is good news too. He economic stimulus package approved by Congress on Monday, December 21, allows families that are made up of at least one spouse who is a citizen or holder of a residence card with a Social Security number and another undocumented, receive a stimulus check from $ 1,200 dollars.
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