After the IRS sent the bulk of the, the agency noticed something was wrong. One large group — an estimated 9 million people — didn’t receive their lawful payment.
For the most part, the first wave of stimulus checks went out automatically this spring and summer, without the intended recipients having to do anything. But a subset of folks did have to take a further step, mainly people who , a group that can include and .
The IRS is now in the process of sending letters to people who may be eligible. But the window is closing for nonfilers to claim their $1,200 checks by the end of 2020. Oct. 15 is the cutoff date. We’ll tell you all you need to know.
Meanwhile, talks are still underway to cement athat could be part of a — here’s . We’ve also mapped out when a potential and you might receive. ( can estimate that.)
Who are the nonfilers eligible to receive a stimulus check?
Among the 9 million the IRS started contacting last week are nonfilers who weren’t required to file a federal tax return for 2018 and 2019 and didn’t know they needed to submit an additional form with the IRS to claim a relief payment.
How will the IRS contact me about my money?
The IRS will start sending the letters — which it calls IRS Notice 1444-A — around Sept. 24 to those