The IRS Tool You Need To Know About

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To win the battle against the devastating effects of coronavirus pandemic, an online IRS non-filer tool was created. This is designed to help individuals received their stimulus payments as they tried to beat the challenges of the pandemic. Having an online tool like this offers help to those financially- incapacitated individuals from the comfort of their homes. 

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Things You Should Know about IRS Non-filer Tool?

In detail, Free File Alliance, in partnership with Internal Revenue Service, came up with an initiative to create a tool for senior citizens. This tool is also designed for other individuals who are not obliged by the government to file a tax return per year due to low income. Additionally, such tool entitles them to receive an economic impact payment as an aid to financial tests that they continue to conquer in these trying times. 

However, before accessing the IRS non-filer tool, it is good to understand the qualifications for Economic Impact Payment. 

Who are Qualified for Economic Impact Payment? 

In addition, you can avail the economic impact payment if you are:

  • A bearer of a valid Social Security Number,
  • A resident alien or a U.S. citizen who had gross income that did not exceed $12,200 for single individuals and $24,400 for married ones,
  • A citizen who is not a dependent of another person who pays taxes to the state, and
  • A permanent resident or a U.S. citizen who is not required by the federal government to file an income tax return in 2019.

How Can You Access the IRS Non-Filer Tool?

The interface is very simple. IRS non-filer tool is accessed through the IRS website. Thus, following the steps below is the key. 

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Step 1: Open your browser. In its address box, simply type in then hit enter. 

Step 2: The website lets you see various tabs or icons for you to choose from. One of which is ?Non-filers: Enter Payment Info Here?. Click it. 

Step 3: You will reach a page labeled Non-filers: Enter Payment Info Here

Step 4: It will direct you to an IRS partner site. This has a label of “Free Fillable Forms”. You will see this page as you hit the “Non-filers: Enter Payment Info Here” button. Next, create an account using your active phone number and email address. Then, you will be needing to make a username and a password. Now, provide your civil status (single or married) and other personal information like full name, present mailing address, and date of birth. 

Things to Remember about IRS Non-Filer Tool

Please note further that in filing for Economic Impact Payment, you should secure a valid Social Security Number (SSN) for you and your spouse (if you are married by the end of 2019). Additionally, make sure that an Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number of your dependent or SSNs of your qualifying children are previously all-set for uninterrupted and spotless transactions. 

Next, tick the appropriate box if someone can claim you as his/her dependent. This time, accurately type in your bank account number. Payments are downloaded automatically to this account after a couple of days. This means successful transactions. However, you will receive a check if you fail to put in any active bank account.  

Step 5: Then, you will reach another screen that requires you to type in some personal information for the purpose of self- verification. It will request you to provide a state-issued identification card or a driver’s license information. So, make sure to have it with you as you access the IRS site. Don’t have one? No need to worry. Just leave it unfilled. All the data you have typed in will be utilized by the system to complete the request and transmit the data to the Internal Revenue Service for computation and sending of payment.  

Step 6:  Lastly, a confirmation email will be sent to your active email address regarding this transaction. 

Please Remember!

The Internal Revenue Service has started depositing payments, as we speak. If you are a non-filer who hasn’t availed the economic impact payment, you better get starting now. However, if you have already submitted an IRS request for this matter, good for you. All you need to do is patiently wait to receive the kind of help you deserve as a non-filer. 

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