They reveal the reason the IRS hasn’t sent 30 million checks

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  • They reveal the reason the IRS hasn’t sent 30 million checks
  • The Internal Revenue Service announced that it has delivered 127 million payments, but some are still missing
  • They require the IRS to deliver the stimulus checks

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it has released 127 million payments, but some are still missing. Now they are warning why the IRS has failed to send about 30 million stimulus checks for coronavirus and blaming reluctant employees for Trump.

The federal agency in charge of the delivery of the stimulus check has announced a second round of payments for coronavirus that raised the total to 127 million payments, about 80 percent of those that the Joe Biden government would send as part of the American Rescue Plan.

Congressmen Call for Missing Stimulus Checks to Be Sent

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A group of congressional Democrats have denounced that 30 million stimulus checks have not been sent by the IRS and demanded their immediate delivery. The reason why they have not been delivered was attributed to a lack of files necessary to process payments.

The possible beneficiaries affected are those with benefits from Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, the Railroad Retirement Board and Veterans Affairs, since those Americans do not file tax returns, indicates the newspaper La Opinion.

Require delivery of stimulus checks to IRS

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A letter sent by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E. Neal, Social Security Subcommittee Chairman John B. Larson, Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Bill Pascrell, Jr. Subcommittee Chairman of Support, Danny K. Davis, points out the indictment.

They asked the Commissioner of the Social Security Administration (SSA) Andrew Saul, “on behalf of the nearly 30 million beneficiaries of Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) who are still awaiting their economic impact payments,” the delivery of stimulus checks.

They require the SSA to provide the information for payments

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“Because the SSA has inexplicably failed to submit the necessary payment files to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), tens of millions of beneficiaries have yet to receive much-needed EIPs,” Democratic lawmakers noted.

“As of today, the SSA has not yet provided the IRS with the necessary payment files to issue EIPs to these struggling Americans. We demand that you immediately provide the IRS with this information no later than tomorrow, March 25, 2021, ″ the congressmen asked.

SSA obeys the ultimatum of the congressmen

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“The administrator of Social Security informed us at 8:48 this morning that they have met our ultimatum to stop preventing 30 million Americans from receiving their stimulus. Let’s do it. No further delays will be tolerated by the IRS and SSA, ”reported Bill Pascrell in Twitter.

For its part, the Ways and Means Committee announced through its Twitter account: “Today, we are proud to say that we listened to our calls: the SSA has fulfilled our 24-hour ultimatum to stop blocking payments to 30 million Americans. on hold”.

They blame Trump appointee for the delay

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The organization Social Security Works, denounced through Twitter that the delay in the delivery of the information of more than 30 million Americans was caused by an employee appointed by former President Donald Trump and they demanded that Biden be fired.

“Andrew Saul and David Black: Tried to take away Social Security benefits from people with disabilities, delayed 30M aid checks, illegally pressured judges to deny disability claims, are union busters,” reads a Tweet of the organization accompanied by the hashtag #FireSaulAndBlack (Fire Saul and Black).

They demand that Biden fire the ‘guilty’

President-elect Joe Biden speaks during an event at The Queen theater in Wilmington, Del., Friday, Jan. 8, 2021, to announce key administration posts. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)

Democrat Bill Pascrell also said he asked President Joe Biden to fire Andrew Saul, commissioner of the Social Security Administration and David Black, deputy commissioner of the Social Security Administration.

“Two Trump appointees are responsible for delaying stimulus payments to nearly 30,000,000 people. I’ve been asking President Biden to fire them both before they destroy Social Security, ”he wrote in Twitter.

Trump appointee breaks silence

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Through a release SSA official Andrew Saul gave a “major update on the processing of Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP).”

“The immediate delivery of EIP has been, and continues to be, one of the top priorities of this agency. SSA’s public service mission is directly focused on many of the most economically vulnerable in our society and we owe it to our beneficiaries to ensure that they receive their EIPs promptly, ”the statement read.

Claims to work ‘aggressively’ to send stimulus checks

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The commissioner complained that he did not receive funds from Congress for his stimulus check work. “Despite the fact that Congress did not provide funding from the SSA directly to support our work on the EIPs, we have provided countless hours of assistance to the IRS,” the SSA announcement states.

Also, he argued that the agency was not authorized to “substantially involve the Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service prior to the approval of the American Rescue Plan,” and stated that “once we were free to move forward, we aggressively worked with the Treasury and the IRS to issue payments ”.

States that SSA has worked day and night

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“In summary, Social Security employees have literally worked day and night with IRS staff to ensure that electronic files for Social Security and SSI recipients are complete, accurate, and ready to be used to issue payments.” assured the SSA commissioner in the official statement.

Andrew Saul concludes by noting that: “There is no one more committed to serving the public than the employees of this agency, and there should be no doubt that they strive every day to serve the vulnerable populations to whom they have committed their careers.”

Who else could have been delayed?

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According to The opinion, other groups that may have to wait longer to receive their stimulus check from the IRS are “those parents with child support problems, people who do not file income tax due to low income.”

As well as: “Families with mixed immigration status, that is, where one of the parents is undocumented. Those who live in US territories. People who do not qualify for a stimulus check, but do qualify for the $ 1,400 per dependent, because they do not have a job. “

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