IRS will send more check letters to these states

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  • IRS will send more check letters to these states
  • They reveal the state where the most people have not received coronavirus checks
  • Letters will be sent from September 24

IRS letters states. This Thursday the Internal rents service (IRS) announced that beginning on September 24, it will begin sending the letters to remind nine million people of what they have to do to claim their coronavirus relief checks.

And it is that these nine million people have not yet received the aid approved last March by the government of Trump and Congress, to address the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Through a statement, the IRS broke down the number of letters it will send to each state as of September 24, what it means is that it revealed which are the states in which there are more people who have not yet received their check from coronavirus.

According to the list released by the IRS, the state to which it will send the largest number of letters is California, where it will send 1,186,896 letters.

The second state on the list is Texas, where the IRS will send 796,525 letters.

In third place is the state of Florida, where 567 thousand 425 letters from the IRS will be sent.

And in fourth place appears New York, with 537 thousand 726 letters to receive.

In total, the IRS will send 8 million 863 thousand 344 letters, in order to inform them that they are eligible to receive their coronavirus check for $ 1,200, or $ 2,400 in the case of couples, plus an additional $ 500 for each dependent under 17 years of age old.

Who will be those people the IRS will send the letters to to receive their coronavirus relief check?

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Despite the fact that these nine million people did not file their taxes, they are eligible for the benefit approved by Congress and the Trump Administration last March.

The IRS will mail the letters to people who are not normally required to file federal tax returns, but who may qualify for an economic impact payment.

The IRS today released updated state figures of the approximately nine million people who will receive a special letter in the mail this month, encouraging them to see if they are eligible to claim an economic impact payment, the agency reported in a statement.

The letter urges letter recipients to visit the special Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here tool on IRS.gov, before the October 15 due date to sign up for an economic impact payment.

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“The IRS continues to work hard to communicate to eligible individuals regarding these payments,” IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said in the statement.

“These mailed letters are the IRS ‘latest step in communicating with as many people as possible about these important payments,” Rettig added.

The IRS published the list of states and the number of letters that it will send to each one and they are the ones that we present below:

Alabama: 148,242

Alaska: 30,807

Arizona: 239,037

Arkansas: 91,386

California: 1,186,896

Colorado: 177,502

Connecticut: 89,458

Delaware: 32,875

District of Columbia: 33,964

Florida: 567,425

Georgia: 348,631

Hawaii: 48,767

Iowa: 71,382

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The IRS published the list of states and the number of letters that it will send to each one and they are the ones that we present below:

Idaho: 40,943

Illinois: 309,972

Indiana: 150,154

Kansas: 69,595

Kentucky: 117,136

Louisiana: 159,575

Maine: 32,346

Maryland: 192,153

Massachusetts: 187,768

Michigan: 270,590

Minnesota: 115,914

Mississippi: 86,669

Missouri: 159,077

Montana: 30,977

Nebraska: 38,201

Nevada: 94,472

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The IRS published the list of states and the number of letters that it will send to each one and they are the ones that we present below:

New Hampshire: 29,680

New Jersey: 216,145

New Mexico: 72,333

New York: 537,726

North Carolina: 245,623

North Dakota: 19,596

Ohio: 283,194

Oklahoma: 123,473

Oregon: 131,647

Pennsylvania: 276,066

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The IRS published the list of states and the number of letters that it will send to each one and they are the ones that we present below:

Rhode Island: 24,686

South Carolina: 142,382

South Dakota: 19,391

Tennessee: 171,065

Texas: 796,525

Utah: 69,140

Vermont: 13,665

Virginia: 205,600

Washington: 203,978

Virginia: 27,788

Wisconsin: 111,426

Wyoming: 14,506

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“We publish this information state-by-state so that state and local leaders, as well as organizations can better understand the size of this population in their communities and help them claim these important payments,” explained the commissioner.

“The due date to claim a payment is approaching.”

These letters from the IRS are part of a final stage in the broad outreach and public awareness campaign on Economic Impact Payments that began in March.

These efforts included the IRS outreach to thousands of partner groups across the country, including partner groups serving underserved communities, people experiencing homelessness, and those whose primary language is not English.

So far, more than seven million people have already used the Non-Filers tool to sign up for a payment.

This month’s letters, delivered from an IRS address, are sent to people who have not filed a return for 2018 or 2019.

Based on internal analysis, these are people who typically do not have a tax return requirement because they appear to have very low income, based on W-2 and 1099 forms, and other third party returns available to the IRS.

The letter urges recipients to register on IRS.gov by October 15 to receive their payment before the end of the year.

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