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Stimulus check update – What to do if the extra you owe doesn’t come

More than 1 million “plus” payments have been made to Americans to boost their economy and consumption habits.

Eligible people can expect their plus payment to arrive weekly If the IRS has received the 2020 tax forms but what to do if payment plus Do you owe it?


Eligible Americans can expect an additional payment each weekCredit: Getty

The plus payment is missing economic stimulus amount from two previous checks.

You will be able to get any outstanding stimulus payments if you file your 2020 tax return earlier.

According to the IRS, you will likely receive a weekly ‘plus’ payment as the agency continues to process tax returns between 2020 and 2019.

If you received your stimulus payment through a direct deposit, then there is a chance that you will receive any ‘plus’ payments in the same way.

In case your extra payment never arrives, here’s what you need to do.

If you know how much stimulus you owe, you should keep an eye on for payment adjustments.

People waiting for an additional payment should keep an eye on payment adjustments


People waiting for an additional payment should keep an eye on payment adjustmentsCredit: Getty

If the additional payment never arrives, you may need to file the claim at the end of the year or or possibly a year from now from your 2021 tax return date.

Many are still waiting for their ‘plus’ payments while the third round of testing is being sent to the households.

Tax experts recommend that if you don’t qualify for the latest round based on 2019, but you qualify based on 2020, the next best step is to file your 2020 tax as soon as possible.

This is because the IRS has a deadline until the end or the year to issue stimulus payments for 2021, and will consider returns for 2020.

Eligible people for third installment payments include social security recipients such as veterans, retirees, survivors, or disability benefits.

IRS said in a statement on Wednesday it will continue to send stimulus checks and weekly cumulative payments.

The IRS says additional payments will be made weekly


The IRS says additional payments will be made weeklyCredit: SOPA / LightRocket images via Gett

“In-progress payments will be sent to eligible individuals for whom the IRS previously did not have information to issue a payment but recently filed a tax return, as well as those who are eligible to receive payments. the ‘plus’ payment, it writes.

The IRS began sending fifth bailout payments on April 9, which included $ 1,400 stimulus checks and 700,000 plus payments totaling $ 1.2 billion.

According to the IRS, two million stimulus checks worth more than $ 3.4 billion were issued every fifth with 1.2 million direct deposit payments and 800,000 paper checks.

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