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URGENT UPDATE FOR BENEFIT RECIPIENTS WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN

We were just informed there is a deadline of tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10 am MST for anyone on specific benefit programs AND who also have dependent children. 

Social Security recipients have until noon on Wednesday to file taxes or fill out this non-filer form: Non-Filers: Enter Payment Information. This unexpected deadline is a huge burden on parents with disabilities who are on SSDI and other Social Security recipients, including survivor beneficiaries such as windows and widowers with young children and retirement beneficiaries such as grandparents raising adopted children under the age of 17. The IRS Press Release explains another deadline is coming shortly for parents who receive SSI or VA benefits. 

If the following statements are true, you MUST file before 10 am Mountain time tomorrow.
  • I did not file a tax return in 2019 or 2018.
  • I have dependent children.
  • I receive benefits from one or more of the following: Social Security retirement, survivor or disability benefits (SSDI), Railroad Retirement benefits, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Veterans Affairs beneficiaries
If all these statements are true, go to the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Information and follow the steps to complete the requirements to receive your stimulus payments. 
If you need assistance, Click on the help document below to walk you through the process. Remember, the deadline is tomorrow morning (4/22) at 10 am so please, complete this today.

Non-filers step by step instructions


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