Millions Of Americans To Get Stimulus Money Via Prepaid CardsRoughly 4 million Americans should soon be getting their government stimulus payments through a prepaid debit card.
Questions About Your Stimulus Check? You Will Soon Be Able To Call The IRSThe Internal Revenue Service is adding 3,500 workers who will take phone questions about federal stimulus payments.
IRS Gives Social Security Recipients Tight Deadline To File For $500 Child Stimulus PaymentsYou have until 11:00 a.m. Central Standard Time on Wednesday, April 22 to fill out the “Non-filers: Enter Payment Info” tool online.
Stimulus Check Tracking Site Goes Live In Bid To Speed Emergency PaymentsWith millions of Americans eagerly awaiting their federal stimulus checks to help them weather the the coronavirus recession, people are now able to find out when they can expect to get their money.
IRS Launching Tool To Track Stimulus Checks, Add Direct Deposit InformationAmericans who have direct deposit set up with the IRS and who meet the income qualifications, their payment should be deposited into their accounts by the end of the week.
Check Out The Changes In Tax Law You Should Know About This YearThe IRS is heading into its busiest week of the tax season. While the changes in tax law for this year aren't as significant as in 2019 there are some changes people should be aware of.
Last-Minute Tips For Income Tax Filing ProcrastinatorsTax day is Monday and if you’ve waited until the last minute to file local financial experts have some advice for you.
Tax Refunds So Far This Year Are Down $6 BillionIndividual tax refunds this year have been only slightly smaller than last year, but those shortfalls are adding up.
IRS Says It Has $1.4 Billion In Unclaimed MoneyIf you haven't filed a tax return for 2015, your time to claim money owed you is running out.
Average Tax Refund Is Down More Than $500 This YearThe average federal tax refund issued through February 15 was 16 percent smaller than this time last year.
I Have To Pay? New Law Leaves Many American Taxpayers In ShockThe first tax filing season under the new federal tax law is proving to be surprising, confusing — and occasionally frightening — for some Americans.
IRS Workers Return To 5,000,000 Pieces Of Unopened MailA watchdog group says it could take the IRS at least a year to get back to normal after five million pieces of mail went unopened during the government shutdown.
Part Of The IRS Online Payment System Is DownThe Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday experienced multiple outages on its website just hours ahead of the midnight deadline to file income tax returns.
Companies Offering Tax Day Deals To Take The Filing Sting AwayPreparing your tax returns may not be the most enjoyable effort -- and that has companies trying to ease your pain with some Tax Day deals.
Feds Seize Backpage.com, WebsitesA notice that appeared Friday afternoon at Backpage.com says the websites are being seized as part of an enforcement action by the FBI, U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Internal Revenue Service.