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Thursday, February 9, 2023

Stimulus Check: Updates On IRS letter 6475, Child Tax Credit, Tax Rebate

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has stated that the “6475” letter, which refers to the third wave of stimulus checks, will begin to be mailed.

According to reports, around 36 million households are likely to get the letter, which will assist in deciding if the recovery refund credit may be claimed on the 2021 tax return.

Stimulus Checks Need To Be Claimed While Filing Taxes In 2022

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Letter 6475 will be mailed to recipients in late January, informing them of the worth of stimulus checks they got in the previous fiscal year. Keep this IRS letter because you will need it when you begin completing your 2021 federal return.

According to the IRS, Letter 6475 only pertains to the third cycle of stimulus checks, which began in March 2021 and will end in December 2021.

While the deadline for filing your 2021 taxes is April 18, 2022, the earlier you file, the sooner you may receive a tax refund. The average tax refund last year was more than $2,800.

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The IRS expects that the majority of taxpayers would get a tax rebate- if they qualify – within 21 days after completing an electronic return, with the suggestion being to avoid filing a paper return if possible.

It is crucial to note that the IRS is not permitted by law to give a tax refund including the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit until the middle of February, but you can still submit your return beginning January 24.

The difference between the Child Dependent Care Credit and past stimulus checks is that the government requires you to file for it. The government will not involuntarily send checks. 

The IRS states that the child tax check is given to households with children to cover a part of the expenses. It hopes that it will be enough to help the household adults cover the expenses to get a job. The $1.9T stimulus law, passed early 2021, allows $1400 stimulus checks to be given out. 

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