9 million people will receive the letter from the IRS to claim a check

About 9 million people will receive a letter from the IRS to claim unprocessed stimulus check They would be receiving the document at the...

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  • About 9 million people will receive a letter from the IRS to claim unprocessed stimulus check
  • They would be receiving the document at the end of this month of September
  • Beneficiaries that meet the requirements must provide data through the “Non-filers” tool

About 9 million people in the United States will receive a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) stating that they may be eligible for the stimulus check and what information they will need to provide in order for their payment is processed, according to the information published by The opinion.

This document, known as “Notice 1444-A,” would be sent to some 9 million people who have not yet received the economic impact payment that that office has distributed since April.

Most of this group are people who do not have to file taxes due to low income or because they are unemployed.

In order to process the $ 1,200 minimum payments, the IRS has relied on tax information from recipients.

For the same reason, if a person did not file taxes for 2018 or 2019, the office lacks the data to process the payment.

In the IRS statement this week, it is specified that the correspondence will be sent to people who did not file a return in previous years.

However, the entity did not specify how they selected the people who will receive the letter. What is indicated is that “based on an internal analysis, these are people who normally do not have a requirement to file tax returns because they appear to have very low income, based on forms W-2, 1099 and other tax returns. third parties available to the IRS. But many in this group are still eligible to receive an economic impact payment. “

IRS Notice 1444-A will include information about eligibility criteria and how eligible recipients can claim an economic impact payment on IRS.gov. The sending of the letters will begin on September 24; the sender’s space will include an IRS address. You can view a copy of the letter (PDF) on IRS.gov.

Filed Under: Claim Stimulus Check Letter

“Non-filers”

Beneficiaries who meet the requirements to receive this stimulus check must provide their information to the IRS through the “Non-filers” tool, enabled for these purposes shortly after the distribution process begins under the CARES Act.

Non-Filers was a tool designed for people with incomes less than $ 24,400 for married couples, and $ 12,200 annually for singles. This includes couples and individuals who are homeless.

Users will have until October 15 to use the free tool and submit the information so that the payment can be processed.

The IRS said that more than seven million people have used the Non-Filers service to sign up for a payment.

Those who cannot access that system can file a simplified paper return, under the procedures outlined in the Financial Impact Payment FAQ on IRS.gov.

“The IRS has made an unprecedented outreach effort to make sure people are aware of their potential eligibility for an economic impact payment this year,” said IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig.

“Millions who do not normally file a tax return have already registered and received a payment.

We take this extra step to help Americans who may not know they might be eligible for this payment or don’t know how to sign up for one.

People who are not required to file a tax return can quickly register on IRS.gov and get their money this year. “

Filed Under: Claim Stimulus Check Letter

The statement also clarifies that people do not necessarily have to wait for the letter.

“Time is running out this year for the IRS to issue payments,” Rettig recalled.

“People who don’t normally file a tax return shouldn’t wait to see if they get one of these letters. They can review the guidelines and sign up now if they’re eligible. “

Another option people have is to wait until next year and claim it as a credit on their 2020 federal tax return by filing in 2021.

In theory, the IRS is supposed to have already finalized the distribution of checks under the CARES Act, passed last March in federal Congress.

However, it continues to process payments in specific cases such as the one mentioned.

Filed Under: Claim Stimulus Check Letter

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