Tell Non-Filing Residents about IRS Economic Impact Payment Tool

Even residents who don’t file tax returns can still receive their economic impact payments. As a result of the hardships presented by the coronavirus, economic impact payments are still being issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). While most people have received their payment automatically, some non-filing residents need to take action and submit their information to the IRS. These residents don’t typically have a tax return filing requirement because they have very low incomes. But many in this group are still eligible to receive an economic impact payment.

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