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May 13 is IRS deadline to enter direct deposit info for stimulus checks

Sean Williams reminds readers here that Wednesday, May 13th is the final deadline set by the IRS for one to enter bank direct deposit information on the IRS website.  Paper checks will be issued to those who do not have their bank information on file.  Checks will be sent, but they will take longer to reach taxpayers.  Read full piece here.



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  1. I am on Social Security for years now also have Direct Deposit and received a SSA 1099 form and I feel that I am just being treated like others on Social Security it is <May 13 2020 no economic payment yet….I even filed a non filers form MAy 8 2020 to be assured that my direct deposit information is in your system. Why are people like myself getting the run around what have we done wrong

    • Anna:

      The economic impact payment (stimulus) process is administered by the IRS; unfortunately, we are not involved in the details of the process and are not able to answer your questions about the scheduling of individual payments. However, we would note that on May 7, the Social Security Administration updated its guide, Economic Impact Payments for Social Security and SSI Recipients – Steps to Take and Schedule of Payments.” You can access that update here, and it may assist you.

      Gerry Hafer
      AMAC Foundation, Inc.

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