- IRS Announces Who Was Left Without Aid
- The agency also confirmed how long they will receive it
- In addition, he said how much money arrived for the families this August 13
They give bad news about the check! IRS sends second child payment but thousands are left without help. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), along with the United States Department of the Treasury announced the shipment of millions of dollars of the Child Tax Credit.
Millions of American families benefited this August 13 from the second advance Child Tax Credit payment of up to $ 300 per child for this month. Deposits began to arrive and checks in the mail as well, according to a statement from the agency.
Bad news about the child check
This second payment of the Child Tax Credit had a value of $ 15 billion dollars distributed among more than 36 million American families throughout the country according to the statement from the tax agency.
Most of these payments were made by direct deposit, the IRS noted. Almost all eligible families received the aid as of July 15, and it is expected that they will continue to receive it for the remainder of 2021, however, the agency also gave a bad news on the check for children.
They confirm bad news about the check for children
Eligible individuals got a payment of up to $ 300 dollars per month for each child under 6 years of age and up $ 250 per month for each child ages 6 to 17, although some were able to receive more money. However, others could be left without help,
“The IRS wants to alert some recipients who received direct deposits in July that they will receive August payments in the mail,” the IRS statement said. The above, due to a problem “that is expected to be resolved with the September payments.”
Who are affected by the bad news about the child check
According to the tax agency itself, the people affected by this problem are a percentage of those eligible for assistance. Less than 15% of people who “received direct deposit payments in July will be sent paper checks for the August payment,” the IRS notes.
“For those affected, it is not necessary to take any additional action for the September payment to be issued by direct deposit. Families can visit the Child Tax Credit Update Portal to see if they get direct deposit or a paper check this month, “the statement added.
After giving bad news about the check for children IRS issues warning
The IRS asked “those who receive their payments by paper check” be sure to allow extra time for paper checks to arrive via the postal service, to avoid ‘false alarms‘about that help has not arrived.
In addition, the announcement recalls that “the payments went to eligible families who filed a 2019 or 2020 income tax return” and that tax returns processed up to August 2 are already reflected in these payments.
Who received these checks?
This includes those who usually do not file a tax return but who registered to do so during 2020. This, through the IRS Non-Filers tool on the official website of the United States tax agency.
Also, the payments would go to those who in 2021 properly used the new Non-Filer Registration Tool for the Child Tax Credit in advance, also available on the IRS website, as revealed by the agency itself.
They reveal who will get checks with more money from the child credit
“Families that did not receive a July payment and are receiving their first monthly payment in August will still receive their full advance payment for the year,” revealed the tax agency, ending thousands of doubts about whether they would receive more help from the Child Tax Credit. .
In addition, he gave good news when he pointed out that instead of distributing the aid in six months, it would be done in five what would increase the amount of each of the subsequent checks and again, the Internal Revenue Service stressed that the payments are sent automatically.
They confirm how much the checks with more money will be for some
“For these families, each payment is up to $ 360 per month for each child under 6 years of age and up $ 300 per month for each child from 6 to 17 years old ”, pointed out the tax agency. On the other hand, the IRS noted that it is working to solve another problem with the aid.
Another bad news about the check for children affected thousands of undocumented families who file their tax returns with the Personal Taxpayer Identification Number or ITIN and with their children who have a Social Security number.
Thousands of undocumented families were left without a child check due to an IRS problem
Families, who file their returns with ITINs or have qualifying children with a valid Social Security number, and who did not receive a payment In July, they would receive a monthly payment in August, as revealed by the Internal Revenue Service in the aforementioned statement.
This month’s payment also covers a portion of the July payment, the IRS noted. However, people affected by this issue from the IRS did not get their full check, and will receive the remainder of the July Child Tax Credit payment at the end of August.
IRS warns you could still receive child pay
“It is not too late for low-income families to sign up for CTC advance payments. The IRS urged anyone who is not normally required to file a tax return to explore the tools available on IRS.gov, ”the statement read.
These tools indicate that a person is not eligible for the Child Tax Credit and helps people who normally do not file taxes, to file a simple return and to be able to have access to help monthly from the IRS.
When will the next child check payments arrive?
“People can get these benefits even if they don’t work and even if they don’t receive income,” the IRS noted in the announcement. In addition, the agency recalled that payments can be suspended at any time if the families so decide.
Before the arrival of the second payment of the check for children, thousands wonder: When will the other payments of the Tax Credit for children arrive? Well, according to the agency, the payment dates are September 15, October 15, November 15 and the last payment would be made on December 15.