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Old 04-11-2020, 06:38 PM   #61
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DF has always paid any taxes owed by check, although he receives his SS via direct deposit. We had already filed his 2019 taxes. Iím a bit confused as to how he will receive his payment.


That appears to only apply to SS recipients who do not file income tax returns.

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So, DF did file taxes for both 2018 and 2019 but did not include direct deposit information, yet does receive SS via direct deposit.

Seems like heís excluded from direct deposit?

That is correct in how I read it. The priority is taxpayers before non-taxpayers, and whatever method the taxpayer used will be the distribution path.
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Old 04-11-2020, 06:46 PM   #62
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I thought there was some kind of true up process that looked at your 2019 tax return also?
Hadn't seen that. I'll have to check it out. Thanks.
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Old 04-11-2020, 07:02 PM   #63
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That is correct in how I read it. The priority is taxpayers before non-taxpayers, and whatever method the taxpayer used will be the distribution path.
The IRS.gov language is this:
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Social Security and Railroad Retirement recipients who are not typically required to file a tax return need to take no action. The IRS will use the information on the Form SSA-1099 and Form RRB-1099 to generate Economic Impact Payments of $1,200 to these individuals even if they did not file tax returns in 2018 or 2019. Recipients will receive these payments as a direct deposit or by paper check, just as they would normally receive their benefits. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) recipients are also part of this group who don't need to take action.
Which leads me to believe DF will get his payment by direct deposit since he already receives SS benefits by direct deposit.
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- Do green card holders get them?
- Folks here on a temporary visa?
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- Do green card holders get them?
Green card holders usually have SS numbers and pay taxes in the same way as citizens - so, yes, if they would otherwise qualify.

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- Folks here on a temporary visa?
Unless these people have SS numbers - no, I don't think so. Some visa types do allocate SS numbers to the worker, but not their spouse or dependents.
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Well, I figure they got my banking info;
Paid electronically in 2018, although in 2019 I was owed a whole whopping one dollar. Which I then applied to 2020 taxes.



Now where's MY money?!
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On Bogleheads Forum some people are saying they have already received the stimulus money via direct deposit to their bank accounts. Any one here got it yet? Not me!
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On Bogleheads Forum some people are saying they have already received the stimulus money via direct deposit to their bank accounts. Any one here got it yet? Not me!
I have direct deposit and just checked and not me either.
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Yes, legal residents, taxpayers, tax filers, etc. "temporary" visa might probably does not apply to student/tourist ones, but workers, those who live here and file and pay taxes, yes.

And I don't know how things always work these days, but for those interested: If one enters the US on a work visa, it can then take a few years after applying to actually get a green card.

Then, after you obtain Permanent Residency via a Green Card, you are not eligible to apply for citizenship for an additional 5 years. So my dad, for example, was a US Taxpayer for almost 10 years before he could even pay the fee to apply to become a citizen.
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DF has always paid any taxes owed by check, although he receives his SS via direct deposit. We had already filed his 2019 taxes. Iím a bit confused as to how he will receive his payment.

If nothing else, he will get his money via a tax credit on his 2020 return.
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DH and I think we will get $2,400 of stimulus money sooner or later. We are making plans for it--we pan to give half to local charities to feed the hungry and the other half to a family member who has been laid off and has not been able to get through to file an unemployment claim either online or by phone.

What do others on thus Forum plan to do with their stimulus money?
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Yes, legal residents, taxpayers, tax filers, etc. "temporary" visa might probably does not apply to student/tourist ones, but workers, those who live here and file and pay taxes, yes.

And I don't know how things always work these days, but for those interested: If one enters the US on a work visa, it can then take a few years after applying to actually get a green card.

Then, after you obtain Permanent Residency via a Green Card, you are not eligible to apply for citizenship for an additional 5 years. So my dad, for example, was a US Taxpayer for almost 10 years before he could even pay the fee to apply to become a citizen.
Those of us who live overseas and collect Social Security will have our stimulus payments direct deposited into our overseas bank accounts same as our SS direct deposits. Many of us have young children (US citizens born abroad) and will need to go to the IRS.gov website to register them for their $500.00 payments!
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DD just got text from NFCU notifying her that her refund or stimulus direct deposit is scheduled for 4/15. Itís Easter Sunday and she hasnít filed yet so itís not a refund.
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What do others on thus Forum plan to do with their stimulus money?
I plan to spend it on wine, women, and song. Unless my wife has a better idea.
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If my information and calculations are correct, the young wife and I will together receive the princely sum of $171 and it will arrive in September. So I have no idea what will happen to it then.
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If my information and calculations are correct, the young wife and I will together receive the princely sum of $171 and it will arrive in September. So I have no idea what will happen to it then.
Sounds like a 1% problem
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I stopped by my local US house rep. office . They took me to a back office and notified me I am on double secret probation due to my social media acctivity, and don't bother looking for it anytime soon.
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If nothing else, he will get his money via a tax credit on his 2020 return.
Heíll get either a direct deposit or a check in the mail. Iím hoping for the former.
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There will be a lot of scams with this free handout.
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