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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.