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CORONAVIRUS AND TAXES

Need information on your stimulus payments?

The government has issued all first and second stimulus payments.

Individuals who didn't qualify for third Economic Impact Payment or did not receive the full amount may be eligible for the Recovery Rebate Credit.

If you didn’t get any stimulus payments or got less than the full amounts, you may qualify for the Recovery Rebate Credit

Use the "Get My Payment" tool.

You can use the Get My Payment tool to find how and when you received your stimulus payments.

*If Get My Payment does not provide a payment date, a payment will not be issued and you may claim the Recovery Rebate Credit. You will need to file a 2021 tax return to claim the credit, even if you don't usually file your taxes.

Need to know how much your stimulus payments were?

Remember if you intend to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit, you will need to know the exact amount of any stimulus payments you may have already received.

If you need to know how many stimulus payments were issued to you and their amounts, you can make an online account with the IRS to find out.

You should have received IRS Notice 1444 for the first Economic Impact Payment, and we are mailing Notice 1444-B for the second Economic Impact Payment.  Refer to them when completing your 2020 tax return. If eligible for the Recovery Rebate Credit, you will use the information from these letters to determine the amounts to include on the Recovery Rebate Credit Worksheet or in your tax preparation software to help you calculate your credit amount.

Don't forget those IRS letters!

You should have received letters from the IRS for any stimulus payments issued to you.

IRS EIP letters: These letters were mailed to the address the IRS has on file for you.

         1. Notice 1444: Shows the first Economic Impact Payment sent for tax year 2020

         2. Notice 1444-B: Shows the second Economic Impact Payment sent for tax year 2020

         3. Notice 1444-C: Shows the third Economic Impact Payment sent for tax year 2021

Letter 6475: The IRS is starting to send out these letters now in 2022. The letters will confirm the total amount of the third Economic Impact Payment and any plus-up payments you received for tax year 2021.

If you have these letters, you can use them to complete your 2021 tax return.

If eligible for the Recovery Rebate Credit, you can use the information from these letters to complete the Recovery Rebate Credit Worksheet or in your tax preparation software to help you calculate your credit amount.

Didn't get an IRS letter? Not sure where they are? Can't remember what stimulus payments you received?
Don't worry.

If you didn't receive the IRS letters detailing the amounts of your stimulus payments or you can't locate them. Don't worry.

Use the Your Online Account from the IRS. You can sign in or create a new account that will help you access information about your first, second and third Economic Impact Payment amounts under the “Economic Impact Payment Information” section on the Tax Records page.

Common questions people have about Coronavirus, money, and the government

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