RELIEF PAYMENTS STILL BEING SENT

Relief payments still being sent. As Economic Impact Payments continue to be successfully delivered, the Internal Revenue Service reminded taxpayers that IRS.GOV includes answers to many common questions, including help to use two recently launched Economic Impact Payment tools. The IRS is regularly updating the Economic Impact Payment and the get My Payment tool frequently asked questions pages on IRS.GOV as more information becomes available. Get My Payment shows the projected date when a deposit has been scheduled. Information is updated once daily, usually overnight, so people only need to enter information once a day. Those who did not use direct deposit on their 2018 or 2019 tax return can sue the tool to input information to receive the payment by direct deposit into their bank account, so that they can get their money faster. Relief payments still being sent.

The Non-Filers Enter Payment info tool is helping millions of taxpayers successfully submit basic information to receive Economic Impact Payments quickly to their bank accounts. This tool is designed only for people who are not required to submit a tax return. It is available in English through Free File Fillable Forms and in Spanish through exTaxReturn. Taxpayers should check the FAQs often for the latest additions, many common questions are answered on IRS.GOV already, and more are being developed. Here are answers to some of the top questions people are asking.

When some taxpayers file their returns, they may choose an option available form their tax preparer or software provider to help them pay their fees, get their refund more immediately or even load the refund onto a direct debit card. This group of different products is referred to as refund settlement products. They can use a banking product to help them complete the tax filing transaction, sometimes known as a Refund Anticipation Loan or a Refund Anticipation Check. Choose to have their tax refund loaded onto a debit card provided by a variety of groups.