Even in the middle of 2022, there are still Americans who are unaware that they may be due another $1,400 stimulus check.
Fortunately, there is a means to determine if you fall into this category.
Who could and could not get a stimulus payment was subject to requirements and restrictions.
Federal Stimulus Payments for 2021
American couples filing jointly were limited to a maximum income of $150,000.
If your income exceeded the ceiling ($80,000 for single taxpayers and $160,000 for joint filers), the $1,400 checks would phase away.
By the end of 2021, over 175 million checks had been written.
The majority of individuals have already gotten their cheques, however, some people may still be without them.
These People Still Owe Stimulus Payments
- 419,822 ITIN-holders with eligible dependents
- 133,578 persons who were denied unemployment benefits
- 51,659 individuals who were mistakenly listed as residents of a U.S. territory
- 39,666 persons who submitted modifications or had an unresolved issue with their IRS account
Letter 6475, which informed you if you qualified for stimulus funding, should have been sent to everyone still owing money.
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