If you remember back in March when the CARES Act was passed it included a $1,200 stimulus checks for eligible Americans.
Now, it has recently been discovered through a report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), an auditing arm for Congress, that there is 9 million Americans that are yet to receive their $1,200 payment. The GAO report goes on to say that the largest demographic found who haven't yet received their payments, but can, was low-income Americans who aren't filing taxes.
Low-income Americans who aren't filing taxes are eligible for a $1,200 stimulus check, yet the the report notes that 8.7 million Americans are yet to be identified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), as they aren't on its records. This is why the IRS has setup the Non-Filers tool. If you are one of these millions of Americans, or you know of someone who is one of these people, advise them to check out the IRS website tool here.
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