IRS Non-Filers Payment Portal
|For Immediate Release||Contact: Dr. Timla G. Washington|
|Updated: April 14, 2020||662-335-9003|
|Edition: Stimulus Checks|
CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19 Response to Recovery
Mississippi has been faced with COVID-19 since the second week of March and its stern grip on our state. Some counties and communities of course have been hit harder than others. COVID-19 has not been biased in any area of our lives, (e.g., businesses, hospitals and clinics, prison, churches). It is my intention to send out updates on recovery assistance in all areas from various agencies, units of government, private and public sectors. The information below in this edition focuses on stimulus checks.
As news develops, I will continue to share it with you through my Congressional Website, Twitter, and Facebook. However, if you have any questions, call Dr. Timla G. Washington, PhD, my Human Capital Developer for the Mississippi Second Congressional District by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (662) 335-9003.
IRS Stimulus Checks for Non-Filers
The IRS has set up its FREE online portal for Non-Filers to enter their direct deposit information. The information entered will be used to determine your eligibility and payment amount. Once that is determined your stimulus check will be direct deposited into the account you submitted in the online payment portal for non-filers. Go to IRS Non-Filers Payment Portal to read the instructions and enter your information. Here is the information you will need on-hand to enter into the online portal:
- Full Name, Current Mailing Address, Current Email Address
- Date of Birth, Valid Social Security Number
- Bank Account Number, Type of Account, Bank Routing Number
- Identity Protection Personal Identification Number (IP PIN) if you have one
- Driver License or State-Issued ID if you have one
- For each qualifying child: Name, Social Security Number or Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number, their relationship to you or your spouse
Who needs to use the online portal for Non-Filers?
- If you receive veterans disability compensation, a pension, or survivor benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs, or your income level does not require you to file a tax return.
Who does NOT need to use the online portal for Non-Filers?
- If you receive social security, railroad retirement, or social security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits.
- If you have already file a 2019 federal income tax return.
- If your 2019 gross income (before deductions) exceeded $12,200 for an individual or $24,400 for a married couple, or for any other reasons that require you to file a 2019 federal tax return.
- If you were married at the end of 2019 and are not submitting information with your spouse.
- If you were not a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident in 2019.