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    I recieve disability my husband don't,filed taxes jointly married got accepted by irs I got my stimulas husband didn't why?
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    Can you provide more info? Did the stimulus come to a joint banking acct that you both share? Or did it go to the acct/card where you get disability benefits to? Also did you get the check in the mail or direct deposit? If in the mail, was the check made out to you? I have a suspension its at least possible the stimulus you got so far was maybe his and not yours. That would be ideal as could mean yours is on its way still. But will need more info on your situation to possibly figure out what happened exactly.

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    Husband and I filed joint return adding 2 dependents April 16 he was unemployed in 2019 after I was hit by car. I am on ssdi since 2016. I had updated new address with ss before this happened. however same direct deposit info on file for my ssdi and listed on tax return we do owe payment on. I recieved mine direct deposit april 29th they used old address husband and kids not paid yet will my using same direct deposit info affect the payment they are due and how much longer before we can expect there stimulus payment?

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    forgot to say we havent filed 2018 return either because we didnt forgot we had a filing obligation from first time homebuyer credit still due we normally had taxes prepared and didnt notice it.
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    Jennifer Wrote: forgot to say we havent filed 2018 return either because we didnt forgot we had a filing obligation from first time homebuyer credit still due we normally had taxes prepared and didnt notice it.
    So have you filed for 2018 or 2019 yet? Sorry wasn't clear from what you just commented.
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    I filed 2019
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    I recieve social security, never got stimulus. It is now May 15. No check what's going on. They have my direct deposit info. Thru social security.
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    Jennifer Wrote:

    Husband and I filed joint return adding 2 dependents April 16 he was unemployed in 2019 after I was hit by car. I am on ssdi since 2016. I had updated new address with ss before this happened. however same direct deposit info on file for my ssdi and listed on tax return we do owe payment on. I recieved mine direct deposit april 29th they used old address husband and kids not paid yet will my using same direct deposit info affect the payment they are due and how much longer before we can expect there stimulus payment?

    That's hard to answer, but I'll give it a go anyways..

    You updating your address with the SSA won't help getting your husband's stimulus to the new address; they will only go off of what the IRS has on file. If they have an old address, would recommend updating your address with the IRS or post office asap so it doesn't get mailed out and returned and further delayed. Sounds like you didn't provide DD info for 2019 filing, because you had a tax balance. So sounds like they will be mailing your husband's check at some point between now and August, depending on his AGI. If he didn't make anything, he should have been one of the first ones to get a checked mailed out. Which leads me to think it could have been mailed to old address and sent back to IRS, but hard to say for sure.

    You should still be able to use the IRS portal for your husband to check his status.. have you tried that yet? Im guessing if your dependents qualify, that extra $500 per will be added to his check, but that's just speculation.

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    I used new address on 2019 tax returns on april 16th shows they accepted and added direct deposit info for all 4 of us and electronically filed them using a irs free file site they sent my check however using ssdi only info instead of what we filed. I am hoping that they can use my direct deposit information twice since used only account we have before the april 22nd deadline. my husband and kids I an hoping will have there checks deposited? or can they not use same dd info twice? and no cant pull his info on get my payment still says not available like he is a ghost

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    Jennifer Wrote:

    I used new address on 2019 tax returns on april 16th shows they accepted and added direct deposit info for all 4 of us and electronically filed them using a irs free file site they sent my check however using ssdi only info instead of what we filed. I am hoping that they can use my direct deposit information twice since used only account we have before the april 22nd deadline. my husband and kids I an hoping will have there checks deposited? or can they not use same dd info twice? and no cant pull his info on get my payment still says not available like he is a ghost

    They will not use it twice. You are talking about two different federal agencies. The IRS and the SSA. They only coordinated for stimulus check deposits for SSA recipients. Unless your husband or kids are SSA recipients as well, they won't use the same info. Its in a completely different database.

    So it also takes a few weeks or even up to a month (or even longer right now) for the IRS to process stimulus checks for you, once your tax return has been officially processed. That might be what's going on. Only thing I can think now is its still processing and will take a few more weeks to go through with direct deposit if you just filed.

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    that makes me feel better thankyou I knew ssa and irs were coordinating for ssdi payments but thought they were pulling info together for taxes filed before deadline but since separate he and kids should be fine as they will see that mine was payed only I am hoping though when processing of taxes are completed? I would have filed separately if I knew it might cause issue.

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    although confused they will use the direct deposit info on taxes I filed even though they used it for ssdi payment for me?
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    never mind the last remark I read to fast ty!
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    what was point of having deadline to file though if they weren't adding them together or is that only for payment year to recieve vs all on one check?
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    Finally found this hope it helps was on IRS.GOV

    If you did not file a 2019 or 2018 tax return and are required to file:

    If you are required to file a tax return or plan to file to claim certain credits, you should file your 2019 return as soon as possible to receive your Economic Impact Payment. Consider using IRS Free File to electronically file your return. Filing electronically and using the Direct Deposit option is the fastest and most secure way to get your refund and Economic Impact Payment.

    If you don’t provide direct deposit refund information or owe tax when you file your 2019 return, the IRS will schedule your Payment to be issued by mail to the address you provide on the return.

    Note: If you are also an SSA, RRB, SSI or VA recipient, it is possible you may receive the Economic Impact Payment based on your benefits, before your 2019 return is processed.

    Do not use the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here tool if you are required or plan to file a 2019 tax return. Using the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here tool will make it necessary for you to amend your tax return which, in turn, delays the processing of the tax return and any tax refund claimed on it. Moreover, a delay in processing of your tax return will lead to a delay in your Economic Impact Payment.

    You also receive SSA SSI RRB or VA benefits and are not required to file a return:

    If you are also a benefit recipient, you should receive your Economic Impact Payment automatically. If you did not register your spouse or a qualifying child using the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here tool before your Payment was scheduled, you and your spouse will each receive an automatic Payment separately if you are both eligible. Neither you nor your spouse can use the Non-Filers tool to add qualifying children since the deadline to do so has passed. The additional amounts for any qualifying child will be paid based on the 2020 return that you will file in 2021.

    If you used the Non-Filer tool or your spouse used the Non-Filer tool and included you as their spouse, check the Get My Payment application for the status of your Payment. It should be scheduled within two weeks from the date when you used the tool. Until the Payment is scheduled, the application will show “Payment Status Not Available.”

    If your spouse has already received their Payment and you have not, check the Get My Payment application to see if your Payment has been scheduled.

    Your spouse already received their $1,200, you are not a benefit recipient and are not required to file a 2019 tax return:

    If you are eligible, use the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here application to provide simple information so you can get your payment. You should enter your information as a “Single” filer in the tool instead of Married Filing Joint.