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Stimulus & COVID-19 Tax Help & Information Center
Keeping you up-to-date on the Economic Relief Package and other critical updates on how Coronavirus may affect your taxes.
HOW WILL I GET MY THIRD STIMULUS?
How you'll receive your third stimulus
Wondering about how you may receive the next round of stimulus payments from the IRS if you qualify? Just answer a few questions to find out how the IRS will process your payment!
American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: What You Need to Know
A sweeping new COVID-19 economic relief package was signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021.
Second Stimulus Check Reconcilement: What You Need to Know
Is the stimulus check taxable? Do you have to pay it back? All your questions about the recent EIP answered.
CARES Act Extension & Impact On IRA, 401(k) & Retirement Withdrawals
UPDATED ON: April 28, 2022
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to provide aid, relief, and increased economic security to affected individuals. The Act provided specific aid and tax benefits for taxpayers who needed to withdraw more money than usual from their retirement and 401(k) plans during the pandemic.
Coronavirus Economic Relief Package of December 2020: What You Need to Know
The much-anticipated emergency COVID-19 economic relief package was signed into law on December 27, 2020, after leaders of both parties in the U.S. Congress, along with the White House, reached an agreement on several pro-taxpayer provisions of the omnibus package.
Covid-19 Economic Relief Package: Frequently Asked Questions about the Second Stimulus
An emergency COVID-19 economic relief bill was signed into law on December 27, 2020. Here’s what taxpayers need to know about the new law.
10 Reasons Your Tax Refund Might Shock You
Life changes like getting married or divorced, having or adopting children, and buying or selling a house have traditionally had an impact on your federal tax return. However, the 2020 tax season is unparalleled to any other tax year and will likely throw surprises at taxpayers who don’t plan ahead. It's important to be prepared so you're not shocked by the result when you file your income taxes.
Social Security Recipients to Automatically Receive Stimulus Checks
UPDATED ON: December 23, 2020
The IRS will be depositing the second round of stimulus checks for all Americans receiving Social Security, Railroad Retirement, and Veteran’s Administration benefits into the same accounts as their benefit payments. This is the same process used for the first stimulus payment.
Coronavirus Relief for Small Businesses Under the CARES Act
Shutting down nonessential businesses may have been necessary to slow the coronavirus, but it’s nonetheless leaving staggering economic hardship in its wake. Recognizing the impending financial crisis, especially to small businesses, Congress passed two important bills to provide economic relief. The first was the CARES Act in March 2020. The second was the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement (PPPHCE) Act on April 21.
How will COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Affect the Tax Filing Deadline?
UPDATED ON: March 24, 2021
With the Federal Government’s national recommendation to stay at home affecting businesses across the country, it may be time to file your taxes if you haven’t already done so. Remember, the majority of Americans filing taxes receive refunds, and additional funding during this time of uncertainty could provide you and your family with greater peace of mind.
IRS Guidelines and support for COVID-19
Tax rules are changing quickly in response to COVID-19. See what the IRS has to say.