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Friday, February 3, 2023

Stimulus Check Money Is Still On The Cards

If you’re due a refund or a third stimulus check and still haven’t filed your tax return, today is the last day you can file online for free. Starting tomorrow, you’ll no longer be able to use the IRS’ Free File tool, which lets taxpayers with adjusted gross incomes of $72,000 or less file their taxes electronically at no charge. (This tool had been “turned off” in early May until the last-minute extension.)

When you use this tool, there’s no software to download—and once you’ve completed your return, the IRS will process it through direct deposit or via check. So if you’re eligible for a refund or one of the qualifying individuals for a third stimulus check (more on that here), then get your money faster! And if not sure if qualify for stimulus check or how much money may get?”

Stimulus Check: You Can Still Get Federal Money

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If you’ve been waiting for your tax refund to come, there’s no time like the present! The IRS has announced that today, is the last day to file your taxes electronically for free via their Free File tool.

This means that if you’re due a refund or one of those qualifying individuals who qualifies for a third stimulus check, you’ll get it faster than if you were to pay for an accountant or tax preparer (who may also be able to make sure that all the correct forms are filed).

To use this service, simply go here and choose whether you want an extension on filing—or if not already set up with direct deposit/check payments through this service at least once before—to sign up now so they can send out any refunds as soon after.

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The IRS has extended the deadline for filing your taxes, but there is still a deadline looming that many people are unaware of. If you’re due a refund or one of the qualifying individuals for a third stimulus check and still haven’t filed your tax return, today is the last day you can file online for free.

Starting tomorrow, you’ll no longer be able to use the IRS’ Free File tool—which lets taxpayers with adjusted gross incomes of $72,000 or less file their taxes electronically at no charge (this tool had been turned off in early May until today’s last-minute extension). When you use this tool—there’s no software to download—and once you’ve completed your return, it gets processed through direct deposit or via check by mail so that money gets deposited faster than traditional methods which could take up to six weeks depending on where in country live!

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