IRS sending prepaid debit card

  Millions of people will get their Economic Impact Payment by prepaid debit card. Nearly four million people are being sent their Economic Impact Payment by prepaid debit card, instead of paper check. The determination of who will receive a debit card was by the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, another part of the Treasury Department that works with the IRS to handle distribution of the payments. These Economic Impact Payment Cards will arrive in a

Tips for Non Filers

      Tips for Non Filers. You can provide the necessary information to the IRS easily and quickly for no fee through Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info. The IRS will use this information to determine your eligibility and payment amount and send you an Economic Impact Payment. After providing this information you won’t need to take any additional action. The Non-Filers tool is designed for people with incomes typically below $24,400 for married couples or

Social Security and Railroad Retirement recipients

Most Social Security and Railroad Retirement recipients do not need to file a return or provide information to get an Economic Impact Payment Many people are receiving Economic Impacts Payments to help with the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Among those are who receive Social Security retirement, disability (SSDI), or survivor benefits and Railroad Retirement benefits. This includes those who don’t normally file a tax return and not claimed as a dependent on someone

Status of your Economic Impact Payment 

The new Get My Payment is to let taxpayers check on the status of their Economic Impact Payment date and update direct deposit information.  Get My Payment let taxpayers check on the status of their Economic Impact Payment. You can check the status of your Economic Impact Payment. This is similar to the “Where’s My Refund tool”.  If you did not have direct deposit on your last filed tax return, you can to input information