The article has been automatically translated into English by Google Translate from Russian and has not been edited.
Переклад цього матеріалу українською мовою з російської було автоматично здійснено сервісом Google Translate, без подальшого редагування тексту.
Bu məqalə Google Translate servisi vasitəsi ilə avtomatik olaraq rus dilindən azərbaycan dilinə tərcümə olunmuşdur. Bundan sonra mətn redaktə edilməmişdir.

How to claim quarantine financial aid when filing a tax return for 2020

With tax season approaching, those who have not received their financial assistance due to COVID-19 or who think the IRS paid the wrong amount can finally take action to get the money they owe. How to do it, said the publication CNBC.

Photo: Shutterstock

The IRS has no problem distributing the vast majority of payments among Americans. But some of them either did not receive checks at all, or received the wrong amounts. These people can report missing money on their 2020 tax return.

If you think you owe money from the IRS, use this information on quarantine payments and your taxes.

When can returns be filed

The tax season has been pushed back several weeks until February 12 of this year to give the agency time to amend the system to reflect changes in tax legislation introduced at the end of 2020, including a second round of quarantine payments.

Tax preparation companies are already accepting tax returns. Assuming you have all the required paperwork, you can prepare your tax return and file it on February 12th. And remember: if your income in 2020 was $ 72 or less, then use Free File Programto file a federal return for free.

How to claim a tax refund on payments

When you return, you will not see "incentive checks" or "benefit payments". To get the money you owe, look for a “payback recovery loan”. This will be on line 30 of your 1040 Form 1040 or 2020-SR.

On the subject: Tax season 2021: key dates and IRS recommendations

This line needs to include the difference between what you owe and what you received (you can find the amount the IRS paid you in your account IRS.gov). Then either your refund will increase or the amount you owe to the IRS will decrease.

This also applies to people who usually don't file tax returns because they don't make enough money.

How much should you get

The first payment was $ 1 for an adult earning up to $ 200 in 75 ($ 000 for couples with income under $ 2019) and $ 2 for a child under 400.

There are many calculators that you can use to estimate how much money you should have received. In addition, the IRS includes a Recovery Loan Recovery Chart in the instructions for completing Form 1040.

Once you receive the proper payment amount for each check, you do not need to do anything on your tax return.

What if income or family size changes from 2019 to 2020 year

Payments were based on 2019 income (in some cases 2018) and family size. If your income or family size changes in 2020, you may be eligible for additional money. If you receive a payment but your income has increased from 2019 to 2020, you do not have to refund the money to the IRS.

Here's an example: one person made $ 150 in 000, but lost his job at some point in 2019 and made only $ 2020 in a year. He was originally not eligible to receive any payment, but can now claim the full amount on his 50 tax return and expect a total of $ 000. This also applies to people who received partial payment, but their income in 2020 fell so much that they were eligible for the full $ 1 and $ 800.

Another situation in which a taxpayer may be owed money if, for example, he had one child in 2019, and then another was born in 2020. He received payments for only one of the dependents, but can now claim for the second child on his tax return and receive $ 1.

You may be interested in: top New York news, stories of our immigrants and helpful tips about life in the Big Apple - read it all on ForumDaily New York

Last but not least, many low-income people who don't usually file their tax returns may not have received their payments. While they may file a return in 2020, US President Joe Biden has instructed the Treasury Department to take additional steps to finally deliver payments to anyone who has yet to receive them.

I was declared a dependent on someone's 2019 income, but in 2020 I was already an individual taxpayer. Will I receive payment?

The short answer is yes. If you were dependent on someone else's tax return in 2019 but were not in 2020, you can claim payment on your own tax return this year. Assuming you meet the income limit and have no dependents of your own, you can count on $ 1.

However, adult dependents aged 17 and over are not eligible and cannot claim any benefit. This includes many college students, Americans with disabilities and elderly dependents.

Eligible mixed-status families (where some members have Social Security numbers and others do not, and who have not received the first payment) may claim a payment upon return for 2020. These taxpayers were originally not eligible to receive checks under the CARES Act, but were included in the second round and are now eligible to claim the first payment.

Read also on ForumDaily:

A Simple Explanation of Tax Terms You Need to Know in 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Allergies and Deaths: What We Know About It

Biden wants to make the word 'illegal' illegal in the US

Biden's COVID-19 relief plan: who gets how much and when

IRS payments Educational program coronavirus Special Projects
Subscribe to ForumDaily on Google News

Do you want more important and interesting news about life in the USA and immigration to America? Subscribe to our page in Facebook. Choose the "Display Priority" option and read us first. Also, don't forget to subscribe to our РєР ° РЅР ° Р »РІ Telegram - there are many interesting things. And join thousands of readers ForumDaily Woman и ForumDaily New York - there you will find a lot of interesting and positive information. 



 
1085 requests in 2,299 seconds.