Tag Archives: Stimulus

IRS Updates and News – Some Campuses are Back at Work

Today TaxMama® wants to talk to you about some more news from the IRS. As you know, they are issuing announcements frequently.         Dear Family, The IRS announces that they have updated the stimulus look-up tools. Several people have told me that they can finally find their information. I was also able […]

The Stimulus Checks are on their Way! Updated Links

Dear Friends People are starting see the checks in their bank accounts. The IRS has opened BOTH portals – they are both found on this page: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments For people who didn’t need to file but want to file a zero ($1) tax return to get their bank account info into the system For people who […]

Social Security and Obama

Today TaxMama hears from Betty in North Carolina, who wants to know.https://theteacherpreneur.com/wp-content/languages/new/custom-research-paper-writing.html “Are Social Security recipients going to receive anything from the Obama recovery package?”

750 Billion Dollars

Today TaxMama hears from Shirley in Florida who had a thought. “If the government has $750 billion to get this economy going again—would it not be simpler and quicker to give lets say 250 million taxpayers (out of a population of maybe 300M) $3,000 each to spend any way they like? We then protect the […]

Veteran and EITC

Today TaxMama hears from Kathy in New Mexico who says. “My husband has his full VA disability and Social Security disability. I do not work. Are we entitled to the earned income tax credit (EITC)? We do not file taxes. Are we entitled to file for the last stimulus check, or is to late?”

Stimulus vs Child Tax Credit

Today TaxMama hears from Cho in New York, who says.https://www.calmandgentledentalcare.co.uk/wp-content/languages/new/orlistat.html “My 2008 tax rebate check included $300 per child. Do I still expect $1,000 Child Tax Credit for each eligible child when I file my 2008 federal tax return? Or, just $700 per child?”