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CORONAVIRUS AND TAXES

Have questions about your 2021 tax return? Find some helpful information below.

The IRS has issued all first and second stimulus payments and stopped issuing third payments by December 31, 2021 as required by law.

If you need more information on your stimulus payments, click here.

If you have not received your full stimulus payment amounts, you must file your 2021 tax return to claim the
Recovery Rebate Credit. The only way to claim this credit is to file your 2021 taxes even if you don't usually file.

Questions about the Advance Child Tax Credit? Click here.

Tax Day 2022

The last day to file your 2021 taxes is April 15, 2022

Can I request a filing extension?

If you are not ready to file or need some extra time to find your previous stimulus payments information, make sure to request an extension to file your taxes.

This way you won't be penalized if you miss the April 15 deadline.

The extension deadline is October 15, 2022

I don't usually file taxes. Can I still receive my missing stimulus payments?

Even if you don't usually file taxes, if you did not receive your initial stimulus payments or you believe you were eligible for more - you will have to file a tax return for 2020 or 2021.

The only way to get the funds you did not receive is to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit on your 2020 or 2021 tax return.

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

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Want HELP?

If you still have questions or would like to schedule an your free tax prep appointment, call 211 or visit our friends the Miami Tax Pros