Beneficiaries have until the 30th of this month to credit the funds owed
The IRS warned that any beneficiary who does not meet the September 30 deadline will have to wait until next year.
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Recipients of the stimulus check that began to send the federal government last April that did not receive the additional credit of $ 500 for dependents have about three weeks to claim payment to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
According to the agency’s provisions, potential recipients have until the 30th of this month to credit the funds.
People must provide their data to the office using the tool known as Non-filers.
The Service enabled the service to reach Americans who do not have to file taxes, either due to low income or because they are unemployed, and thus, to be able to expedite payments.
Beneficiaries who can request payments owed by dependents “include individuals with qualifying children who receive Social Security Retirement, Survivor or Disability benefits (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Railroad Retirement benefits, and Employee’s Compensation and Pension benefits. Veterans Affairs (C&P) who did not file a tax return in 2018 or 2019.
“Given the extremely high demand for assistance related to economic impact payments, we continue to prioritize and increase the allocation of resources to eligible individuals, including those who may be expecting a portion of their payment. To help with this, we allocate additional IRS resources to ensure eligible recipients receive their full payments during this challenging time, ”IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said in a statement.
The office detailed that beneficiaries of the Social Security Administration (SSA), the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) who have already used the Non-Filers tool They do not need to take additional actions, as the entity will make the automatic payment in October.
Likewise, in the case of those who used “Non-filers” before May 17, they will not have to do any additional procedure, since the IRS sent payments to that group in August.
Who cannot access Non-Filers, They can file a simplified paper return by following the procedures outlined in this FAQ on IRS.gov.
The IRS also warned that any beneficiary who does not meet the September 30 deadline will have to wait until next year and claim the payment as a credit on their 2020 federal tax return.
The IRS finalized the shipments of most of the “Economic Impact Payments” last week. However, continue to process late or due payments to some taxpayers such as those mentioned above and those of spouses whose alimony check was withheld by mistake.