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Time to Save Money Americans in Two States May Still Apply for a $1,400 Stimulus Check — Check to See if You Qualify

American citizens in two states still have time to apply for a $1,400 stimulus payment.

The deadline for most Americans to get their $1,400 stimulus check passed on April 18th.

People in Massachusetts and Maine, on the other hand, have till today to see if they can acquire a stimmy.

Due to a slew of holidays this year, tax day fell on April 18; however, Patriots’ Day falls on April 18 for residents of Massachusetts and Maine, so the tax deadline was pushed back an extra day.

The funds might be distributed to those who did not receive the third stimulus payment, which was part of Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan last year.

If you didn’t get a check, you might be eligible for a Recovery Rebate Credit.

Eligible taxpayers can use the Recovery Rebate Credit on their 2021 tax returns to claim their missing stimulus check. On the other hand, the third stimulus check must be claimed on the 2021 tax return.

Even those who don’t usually file taxes must do so to receive the stimulus payment.

To take advantage of the Recovery Rebate Credit, you must first declare any stimulus funds you got this year and the amount you were due to call.

Time to Save Money Americans in Two States May Still Apply for a $1,400 Stimulus Check — Check to See if You Qualify (1)
Time to Save Money Americans in Two States May Still Apply for a $1,400 Stimulus Check — Check to See if You Qualify

Check your IRS online account or the letter you received from the Internal Revenue Service to determine the amount of your economic impact payment.

Letter 6475 was one of several letters sent out by the IRS in January.

This letter validated the entire amount received by taxpayers for the tax year 2021 to assist them in filing their taxes efficiently and successfully.

Using either the IRS Form 1040 Recovery Rebate Credit worksheet or an online tax software package, you may determine how much money you’ll get based on the amount specified in the paperwork.

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However, taxpayers who have trouble meeting the deadline can use Form 4868 to request an automatic six-month extension.

Singles must earn $75,000 or less, or $150,000 for couples, to be eligible for the entire $1,400 check.

At $80,000 and $160,000, the payments decrease and eventually phase out completely.

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