Here’s how much individuals will get from the Economic Impact Payments

Employed full or part time? Unemployed? A temporary or gig worker? Retired or disabled? Receive public benefits? Have no income? Most U.S. residents – under certain income levels – will receive the Economic Impact Payment if they are not claimed as a dependent of another taxpayer and have a Social Security number.

Economic Impact Payment for People That Are NOT Required to File a Tax Return and Balance Due EFW

Information continues to be released by the IRS and other agencies regarding Economic Impact Payments (EIP). We encourage you to check IRS.GOV for the latest information. The question was raised “How do taxpayers that are not required to file a tax return notify the IRS who they are and what their direct deposit information […]

IRS issues warning about Coronavirus-related scams; watch out for schemes tied to economic impact payments

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today urged taxpayers to be on the lookout for a surge of calls and email phishing attempts about the Coronavirus, or COVID-19. These contacts can lead to tax-related fraud and identity theft. “We urge people to take extra care during this period. The IRS isn’t going to call you […]