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Here’s what you need to know about the two $3,600 Stimulus Checks the IRS expects to send in February

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To make up for the delayed January child tax payments, U.S. lawmakers from both parties may decide to issue additional payment amounts to the affected families.

Vice President Joe Biden Is Working On a Bill That Would Send Stimulus To More People. Press Secretary Jen Psaki recently stated that President Joe Biden is working on a bill to resume payments and make up for the money parents don’t receive in January.

She went on to say that Treasury officials and others have discussed the possibility of receiving two payments in February if the project is completed in January. When families file their tax returns this year, they may receive an additional “$3,600 stimulus” payment.

Families with children under the age of six may be eligible for up to $3,600 in early child tax credit payments when they file their taxes in April. In 2021, the Child Tax Credit program will provide up to $1,800 in six installments to the majority of families. Children and dependents receive a tax credit, which is where the money comes from. The credit will be used to cover the costs of other necessities so that parents can better care for their children.

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Here's what you need to know about the two $3,600 Stimulus Checks the IRS expects to send in February

 

If you haven’t received your pay stub from your employer, there are a few possibilities. Among these examples are the IRS tool for claiming your coronavirus stimulus checks, as well as the failure to submit tax returns for 2020 or 2019. Child Tax Credit Nonfiler is a tool for those who did not file tax returns. Find out if you’re eligible for the program.

Meanwhile, several Republican senators have proposed plans similar to the child tax credit, according to MarketWatch. Hawley supported a tax credit of $6,000 for single parents and $12,000 for married couples who file a joint tax return in the state of Missouri.

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