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Claim Your Stimulus Payments

On June 29, 2021, the IRS released a new version of its Non-Filer Tool that allows certain individuals to quickly claim any missed or inaccurate stimulus payments (i.e., first and second rounds) or register to receive the $1,400 third-round payment. Follow our simple flowchart guide below to see if you're eligible to use the tool.

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1) Did you receive your first, second, and third stimulus payments?

Stop. Do not use the Non-Filer Tool.



2) Did you make under $12,400 in 2020? Or under $24,800 if married?

Stop. Do not use the Non-Filer Tool.



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WAIT, do NOT use the Non-Filer tool if any of the following apply:

  1. You filed (or plan to file) a 2020 tax return;

  2. You were married at any point in 2020 but will not include your spouse's information when using the tool;

  3. You or your spouse can be claimed as dependents on another person's tax return; or

  4. Your main home is not located in the United States.

None of the above apply

Use the IRS Non-Filer Tool

Necessary Information

You will need the following pieces of information to complete the forms:

  1. Current mailing address;

  2. Email address;

  3. Social security numbers for any dependents (e.g., spouses, children, etc.); and

  4. Identity Protection Personal Identification Number (IP PIN), if the IRS issued you one earlier this year.

Calculating Your Stimulus Payment Amounts

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AGI Limits for Full and Partial Stimulus Amounts

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