Get Your COVID-19 Non-Filers Economic Impact Payment
-A How To Guide For Any
Low Income Person Not Filing Tax Returns
If you aren’t on SSI, or VA, or other federal aid program that direct deposits money into your account already, you need to fill out an online form. Plus you must not file a tax return for 2018 and 2019. Give your ID and where to deposit the payment and you can still easily get your own personal stimulus payment. Watch me go through the process of filling out the form and email verification for a Non-Tax-Filing individual.
Here’s how to file for your COVID-19 Non-Filers Economic Impact Payment.
If you receive veterans disability compensation, a pension, or survivor benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, or your income level does not require you to file a tax return, then you need to submit information to the IRS to receive your benefit. Maybe you already have a direct deposit relationship with some federal agency. Then you ought to be receiving it that way by now. (May 2020)
Preparing To File Online For Your Non-Filers Economic Impact Payment Benefit Video
Watch me fill out the online form and get acceptance emails.
What Do I Need Before Starting?
First, you need to enter your payment bank account information, so have a check or a copy of the account and routing numbers. Next, identify yourself with a driver’s license or State ID. Then you need a cell phone, email account, and home address. Be sure not to file a tax return for 2019. Because then you use a different form.
When You File To Get Your COVID-19 Economic Impact Payment
Use your full name, mailing address and email address. Give your date of birth and valid Social Security number. You must have one in order to receive a payment. Unless you have an ITIN and are married to a military member. Qualifying children can have an Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number.
For each qualifying child: name, Social Security number or Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number and their relationship to you or your spouse.
Here’s where to submit your information to get the Economic Impact Payment
Corrections, Rejections and Errors
In Your COVID-19 Economic Impact Payment Non-Filers Form
I discovered a mistake after I submitted. Can I get my form back?
Once your form is accepted, you will not be able to make changes to it. If your request is rejected, then you can come back to the program to fix any errors and resubmit it.
What Are Some Tips For Avoiding Common Filing Errors
Here are some tips for filling out the form right. You would be surprised how easy it is to miss something. These simple precautions will help you avoid mistakes. So don’t delay your Economic Impact Payment or need extra correspondence with the IRS.
Complete their free online form. So the IRS is able identify you and your dependents, and have your direct deposit information.
Make sure you double check the Non-Filer Information Form
- Your Social Security Number contains the proper number of digits.
- Do not enter special characters, just numbers and letters. Leave off punctuation marks in your address.
- The date and telephone number fields are correct.
- You do not enter invalid characters (not a number or letter) except for passwords which require one.
- Your email address is correct.
- All of your information is input before going to the ‘STEP 2. E-File Your Tax Forms’ tab to submit.
- Your address on the information / return is a valid mailing address according to the US Postal Service. If your post office does not deliver mail to your street address and you have a P.O. Box, your P.O. Box is your mailing address.
- This information allows the IRS to record your status and send you your Economic Impact Payment by direct deposit.
- Your 2019 gross income is below $12,200 ($24,400 for a married couple.)
What if my form is rejected by the IRS?
Now, sign into your account to fix this problem and submit again. If you submit again, be sure to re-enter the date in the ‘STEP 2. E-File Your Tax Forms’ tab of Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info. The usual type of error the form programming flags is typos. It sends it back to you for correction. By email notification. This means that the return is never transmitted to the IRS because it flags any problems such as missing or incorrect information. The most common reasons for this type of error are:
Address (including street, city, state and ZIP code) Missing
Social Security Number (SSN) Missing
Filing status Missing
Review the information you have entered to make sure that all of this information is complete and accurate, and then transmit the return again.
Remember, we’re all in this together.
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