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Be on the lookout for coronavirus scammers

April 16, 2020

Everyone should be alert for scammers calling, texting and emailing about the coronavirus or COVID-19, including Economic Impact Payments. These scams can lead to tax-related fraud and identity theft.

What you need to know:​

  • The IRS will not call, email or text you to verify or request your financial, banking or personal information.
  • Watch out for websites and social media attempts to request money or personal information. IRS.gov is the official website.
  • Don't open unexpected emails that look like they're coming from the IRS or click on any attachments or links.
  • Don't engage potential scammers.
  • Forward suspicious emails to phishing@irs.gov.

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IRS tool to help non-filers get Economic Impact Payments

April 16, 2020

The IRS Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here tool allows you to quickly register for Economic Impact Payments if you don't normally file a tax return. The feature is available only on IRS.gov.

How to use this tool:

Visit IRS.gov, and look for "Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here."  Provide your Social Security number, name, address, and dependents. The IRS will use this information to confirm your eligibility and calculate and send you an Economic Impact Payment.

Using the tool will not result in any taxes being owed. Entering bank account information will allow the IRS to deposit your payment directly into your account. Otherwise, your payment will be mailed to you.

Please share this information with family and friends. Some people who normally don't file a tax return may not realize they're eligible for an Economic Impact Payment

Visit IRS.gov/coronavirus for more information on tax relief related to coronavirus.


Find out when your Economic Impact Payment will arrive

April 16, 2020

The IRS Get My Payment tool will provide you the status of your payment, including the date it is scheduled to be deposited into your bank account or mailed to you.

An additional feature of the Get My Payment tool will allow you a chance to provide your bank account information to receive your payment more quickly rather than waiting for a paper check. This feature will be unavailable if the Economic Impact Payment has already been scheduled for delivery.

The latest information on tax relief related to Coronavirus can be found at IRS.gov/coronavirus.


Who gets an economic impact payment and how much is it?

Most U.S. citizens, permanent residents or Eligible taxpayers who filed tax returns for either 2019 or 2018 will automatically receive an Economic Impact Payment.

 

  • Eligible individuals will receive up to $1,200.
  • Eligible married couples will receive up to $2,400.
  • Eligible individuals will receive up to $500 for each qualifying child.

People who receive Visit the Coronavirus Tax Relief page of IRS.gov for details on income limits that apply.