Stimulus check update: IRS extends deadline to November 21 to help non-filers get their $1,200

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Even if you are homeless, you are still eligible for an Economic Impact Payment. If you haven’t gotten your $1,200 stimulus check yet, it’s likely that it’s because you are what is known as a “non-filer,” that is, someone who doesn’t need to file a tax return. This can be due to a number of reasons—mainly, you don’t make enough (or any) money to be required to fill out a tax return. Read Full Story

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IRS stimulus check timeline: This is when yours could get mailed if you’re expecting a paper one

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The Treasury Department is downplaying estimates that suggest the final checks won’t arrive until September. Only time will tell. If you haven’t already received your Economic Impact Payment via direct deposit and are expecting it to come in the mail instead, your stimulus check’s arrival date depends on two details: Your income level in your 2019 taxes (or, if you haven’t filed yet, your 2018 taxes), and whether or not you filed taxes jointly last year. Read Full Story

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IRS stimulus check: Your last chance to claim one and what happens after the deadline

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3 p.m. ET Saturday is the final deadline to submit your info in order to receive your outstanding stimulus payment. Many Americans received their Economic Impact Payment (aka stimulus check) earlier this year—so far, about 160 million of them. However, there are still plenty of Americans that have yet to do so. One big reason for that is those Americans are likely to be ones that are not required to file a tax return—and thus the Internal Revenue Service does not have updated address or bank account info to send them their stimulus funds. Read Full Story

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When could you receive your second stimulus check?

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Capitol Hill could OK the checks by next week, but it may be days, weeks, or even months before you see the money. Congress is hustling to deliver a coronavirus stimulus package before it breaks for the holidays, and it’s looking likely that we’ll see some form of aid stamped out in the next few days. And if news sources are correct, for Americans that could include a second round of individual stimulus checks, although negotiations have trimmed the amount from $1,200 to $600 per person. Read Full Story

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