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Stimulus and worker’s compensation permanent total disability

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    I would like to know if an individual who receive Permanent total disability through workers conversation is eligible to receive a stimulus check?

    No one has been able to assist me including BWC or SSA

    The person does not file taxes because the income is not taxable, no one can file them, and they have no dependents.

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    They do but they have to use the Non-Filers: Enter Your Payment Info Here IRS portal. If they don't fill that out, they will not receive anything because the IRS won't have them anywhere in their system.

    That portal is for anyone that doesn't normally have to file taxes to use to give the IRS mailing info and/or banking info so they can send them stimulus checks. Its the only way they will be able to get it.

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    The person did put their information into the non-filer with 0 gross income because permanent total disability through Worker Comp is not taxable.

    should the person go back and put in what they get from Workers Comp because it doesn’t give you the option to state the source of income?

    This is what it’s saying when they check the status

    Payment Status Not Available

    According to information that we have on file, we cannot determine your eligibility for a payment at this time.

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    Tee88 Wrote:

    The person did put their information into the non-filer with 0 gross income because permanent total disability through Worker Comp is not taxable.

    should the person go back and put in what they get from Workers Comp because it doesn’t give you the option to state the source of income?

    This is what it’s saying when they check the status

    Payment Status Not Available

    According to information that we have on file, we cannot determine your eligibility for a payment at this time.

    When they originally did it, did the site give any indication that it went through initially?

    So I have heard that when checking on the status, it can help to put $1 instead of $0, because the system isn't set up to understand $0 right now. Seemed a clever workaround.

    But that's just for checking the status.

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    Yes, they received an email saying

    Dear Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info customer:

    Congratulations, the IRS has accepted your Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info return.

    Your Submission ID is: ************

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    Tee88 Wrote:

    Yes, they received an email saying

    Dear Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info customer:

    Congratulations, the IRS has accepted your Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info return.

    Your Submission ID is: ************

    Good deal. So just be patient then. Should get the deposit within a week or two. The IRS has said if you used the system successfully before Thursday in a given week, your deposit will process the following week. If it was Thursday or after, it will take an additional week. So its just processing now and you should be fine.

    The portal is notoriously not giving good/correct updates right now so don't be discouraged if it continues to say its not available. You can try the $1 trick but really its just a matter of time at this point.

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    Tee88 Wrote:

    The person did put their information into the non-filer with 0 gross income because permanent total disability through Worker Comp is not taxable.

    should the person go back and put in what they get from Workers Comp because it doesn’t give you the option to state the source of income?

    This is what it’s saying when they check the status

    Payment Status Not Available

    According to information that we have on file, we cannot determine your eligibility for a payment at this time.

    When you are filling out the form on the non-filers portal on the second page it's says if you didn't file last year then enter 0 on the AGI part that's what I was told because I also filed on that portal and I also enter 0
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    This person did this 4/11

    This was the second that happened:

    When checking the status It says

    Payment Status Not Available

    According to information that we have on file, we cannot determine your eligibility for a payment at this time.

    This was the first that happened when completed:

    when checking the status under the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info section where it says check e-file status with a green check it says

    Congratulations, the IRS has accepted your return.

    The IRS will process this information and determine your eligibility for the Economic Impact Payment.

    No further action is necessary.

    If you haven't already, it's always a good idea to print a copy of your return for your records. Note: If you print your return, you'll see $1 values added to some fields. This is a requirement for the IRS to process your submission. You can ignore these amounts.

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    Tee88 Wrote:

    This person did this 4/11

    This was the second that happened:

    When checking the status It says

    Payment Status Not Available

    According to information that we have on file, we cannot determine your eligibility for a payment at this time.

    This was the first that happened when completed:

    when checking the status under the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info section where it says check e-file status with a green check it says

    Congratulations, the IRS has accepted your return.

    The IRS will process this information and determine your eligibility for the Economic Impact Payment.

    No further action is necessary.

    If you haven't already, it's always a good idea to print a copy of your return for your records. Note: If you print your return, you'll see $1 values added to some fields. This is a requirement for the IRS to process your submission. You can ignore these amounts.

    I get the same thing when I go on the website