Still Haven’t Received Any Child Tax Credit or Stimulus Check From The IRS? Here’s What You Should Do!
The two letters apply to whoever has goy their third economic stimulus check or prior child tax credit paychecks. File as early as possible, recommended by tax professionals so you’ll have more time to pay the IRS if you have borrowed the money and so you won’t experience identity theft.
Even though you’ve already filed your taxes, you are also recommended to be patient and wait for a little for your documents to arrive to you. The 18th of April will be the deadline for filing taxes so take your time because you have plenty of them. You can always ask for a six-month extension if needed.
According to a published post by The US Sun, if ever you moved or made a mistake during filing, you can easily start mailing that incorrect information. It is recommended by the IRS that you give them a ring or inform the agency ahead face-to-face at a near local office.
No Child Tax Credit or Stimulus Letter From the IRS Yet? Here’s What To Do
A mailed written statement is also accepted by the IRS. The mail must contain the full address you’ve to move into. The agency may need to make sure of your identity so you are to provide the following:
• full complete name
• address (new)
• address (old)
• EIN, ITIN, or Social Security Number.
Call 1-800-829-1040 to contact the IRS.