IRS Encourages Non-filers to File 2018 Now for Potential Stimulus

IRS encourages anyone with a tax filing obligations who hasn't file a tax return for 2018 or a previous year to act now- Pending legislation includes certain potential credits and rebates for those who have filed a return for 2018 and or 2019.  Those without a 2018 tax filings on record could potentially affect mailings of stimulus checks.  And more than 1 million people who haven't filed tax returns for Tax year 2016 and are owed a refund  still face an April 15, 2020 dealine to file their return.  This deadline hasn't been extended.  Current law requires 2016 returns to be filed by April 15, 2020.


IRS is encouraging non-filiers to contact a tax professional to consider various options since the time to receive such refund is limited by statute.  Once delinquent returns have been filed, most taxpayers have the opportunities to resolve any outstanding liabilities by entering into an installment agreement or an Offer in Compromise with the IRS to obtain Fresh Start.

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