This is brief, but important for people hoping to obtain federal Economic Impact Payments related to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. And there deadlines.
In order to receive direct deposits the Internal Revenue Service must receive an applicant’s bank direct deposit information by noon on Wednesday, May 13, 2020. Otherwise eligible recipients will receive paper checks starting later this month.
Please make an application through the Get My Payment. For people who do not file tax returns apply: People who do not file tax returns apply.
For details please visit Act by Wednesday for chance to get quicker Economic Impact Payment; timeline for payments continues to accelerate. And do so promptly. Meaning n-o-w.
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