Taxes & COVID-19 Stimulus Checks
Help With Taxes & Filing to Receive COVID Stimulus Check
Seniors and low-income people who do not file tax returns can finally submit their information to the Internal Revenue Service to receive their coronavirus stimulus checks.
The IRS launched a web page for people who did not file a 2019 or 2018 tax returns. You can now enter your direct deposit information to receive coronavirus stimulus checks here.
The IRS is sending out stimulus checks of $1,200 to most Americans, as well as $500 for most child dependents. Most Americans will receive the checks via direct deposit, with the IRS using the bank account information of their 2019 or 2018 filed tax returns or the information you submit on this new portal.
If you need help with your taxes, you can click here and find an organization in your area that will help you with free tax preparation.