If you owe a child tax incentive or tax credit, the last day to claim it comes in just two days, and for some, today is the last day. The IRS reported in October that millions of eligible families still hadn’t claimed their payments from the IRS. If you are, you need to take action before the deadline to get your money.
For many who are still waiting for payments, it’s because they never filed a tax return, either because they aren’t required to file, or because they needed more time. The IRS used tax returns to determine your eligibility for both payments. And if you fall into any of these categories, the deadline for receiving your money is approaching.
Keep reading to find out the deadline for when you must file your simplified tax return to collect any stimulus payments or child credit you owe. For more information, check yourthis month.
When is the deadline for claiming stimulus money or child credit?
The deadline for claiming your money depends on whether or not you have to file a tax return. You are generally not required if you file single and earn less than $12,550 per year.
You have until 11:59 p.m. ET on Thursday, November 17 to fill out a simplified tax return to claim your missing stimulus or child tax credit if you don’t normally have to file taxes.
If you filed a tax deferral earlier this year or have not yet filed it, your deadline for filing your tax return was if you are required to file October 17. That was also the last day to file Form 1040 to avoid a late filing penalty.
If you have been affected by any of the recent natural disasters such as Hurricane Ian, you have to February 15, 2023, to submit. If you live in an area covered by Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster declarations, such as Kentucky or Missouri, Tuesday, November 15 is the last day to submit.
Have you filed a tax return but still have not received your money? Here’s what else it could be
If you did your tax return this year, but still haven’t received an incentive check or child tax credit that you qualify for, there are a few other things that could hold it back.
- You have not set up a bank account.
- It was the first time you filed a report.
- You have a mixed-status household.
- You have not updated your address with the IRS or USPS.
- You experience homelessness.
- You have no or limited internet access.
If none of these reasons apply to you, it may be time to file a payment trace with the IRS by calling 800-919-9835 or email in form 3911.
How much money you could get from child tax credit and stimulus payments
Improved child discount: Up to $3,600 per child, or up to $1,800 per child if you received monthly payments in 2021.
First stimulus check: $1,200, shipped April 2020.
Second Stimulus Control: $600, shipped December 2020.
Third Stimulus Control: $1,400, shipped March 2021.
Keep in mind that if you filed your taxes in 2021, you should have already received your money from the first two stimulus checks.
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