08/13/2020

Herramientas para ayudar a las personas a obtener su Pago de Impacto Económico

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Consejo de impuestos COVID 2020-48, 30 de abril de 2020

El IRS tiene dos herramientas para ayudar a millones de contribuyentes con su Pago de Impacto Económico. Los pagos son de $ 1,200 por persona elegible y hasta $ 500 por cada hijo calificado.

La primera herramienta,  Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here  está disponible, en inglés y español, para ciertos contribuyentes que normalmente no necesitan presentar una declaración. Esta herramienta gratuita les permite ingresar información básica para que el IRS pueda emitir su pago. La segunda herramienta, Obtener mi pago, permite a las personas verificar el estado de su pago y proporcionar información de la cuenta bancaria si no se ha programado la entrega de un pago.

¿Quién debe usar a quienes no presentan la declaración? ¿Ingrese aquí la información de pago?
Contribuyentes con bajos ingresos o sin ingresos: los que normalmente no presentan una declaración de impuestos incluyen aquellos con pocos o ningún ingreso. Esto incluye declarantes solteros que ganaron menos de $ 12,200 y parejas casadas que ganaron menos de 24,400 en 2019.


Los contribuyentes que reciben beneficios federales: SSI elegibles y beneficiarios de veteranos que generalmente no presentan una declaración de impuestos no necesitan proporcionar información para obtener un pago de $ 1,200 automáticamente. Sin embargo, los beneficiarios de VA y SSI que normalmente no presentan una declaración de impuestos y tienen hijos deben usar la herramienta gratuita antes del 5 de mayo. Esto agregará los $ 500 por hijo calificado menor de 17 años a los pagos automáticos. Si no cumplen con la fecha límite del 5 de mayo, deberán presentar una declaración de impuestos el próximo año para 2020 para recibir los $ 500 por niño.


Las personas casadas deben proporcionar información adicional para que su cónyuge reclame el pago completo de $ 2,400 si su cónyuge no recibió los beneficios de SSA, SSDI, RRB, SSI o VA en 2019 y no tuvo que presentar una declaración de impuestos en los últimos dos años. Deben proporcionar esta información utilizando la herramienta Non-Filer antes de que se programe el pago; de lo contrario, su pago en este momento será de $ 1,200.
¿Deberían estos grupos usar la herramienta No contribuyentes: Ingrese la información de pago aquí?


Los contribuyentes que ya han presentado o que deben presentar una declaración de impuestos de 2019 no deben usar esta herramienta. El uso de esta herramienta NO acelerará su Pago de Impacto Económico y probablemente retrasará el procesamiento de su declaración de impuestos y recibirá cualquier reembolso.
Las personas que ya recibieron su pago, incluso si no recibieron el monto total, no deben usar esta herramienta.
Aquellos que pueden ser reclamados como dependientes en la declaración de impuestos de otra persona en 2019 no son elegibles para el Pago y no deben usar la herramienta.


Cómo usar a los no declarantes: ingrese la información de pago aquí

El proceso es simple y solo lleva unos minutos completar y enviar la solicitud de su Pago de Impacto Económico. Primero, los contribuyentes deben visitar IRS.gov y dirigirse a No declarantes: Ingrese la información de pago aquí. Luego proporcione información básica. El IRS utilizará esta información para confirmar la elegibilidad del contribuyente, calcular y enviarles un pago.

No se adeudarán impuestos sobre los pagos de ingresos económicos. No reducirá el reembolso de un contribuyente ni aumentará el monto adeudado cuando se presente en la declaración de impuestos de 2020 presentada el próximo año. No afectará los ingresos a los fines de determinar la elegibilidad para programas de asistencia o beneficios del gobierno federal.

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Tools to help people get their Economic Impact Payment

COVID Tax Tip 2020-48, April 30, 2020

The IRS has two tools to help millions of taxpayers with their Economic Impact Payment. The payments are $1,200 per eligible person and up to $500 for each qualifying child.

The first tool, Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here is available – in English and Spanish – for certain taxpayers who don’t normally need to file a return. This free tool allows them to enter basic information so the IRS can issue their payment. The second tool, Get My Payment allows people to check the status of their payment and provide bank account information if a payment has not been scheduled for delivery.

Who needs to use Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here?
Taxpayers with low- or no-income: Those who don’t normally file a tax return include those with little or no income. This includes single filers who made under $12,200 and married couples who made less than 24,400 in 2019.
Taxpayers who receive federal benefits: Eligible SSI and veterans’ beneficiaries who usually don’t file a tax return don’t need to provide information to get a $1,200 payment automatically. However, VA and SSI benefit recipients who don’t normally file a tax return and have children should use the free tool by May 5. This will add the $500 per qualifying child under 17 to the automatic payments. If they miss the May 5 deadline, they will have to file a tax return next year for 2020 to receive the $500 per child.
Married individuals must provide additional information for their spouse to claim the full $2,400 payment if their spouse didn’t receive SSA, SSDI, RRB, SSI or VA benefits in 2019 and didn’t have to file a tax return in the last two years. They need to provide this information using the Non-Filer tool before the payment is scheduled otherwise, their payment at this time will be $1,200.
Should these groups use the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here tool?
Taxpayers who have already filed or who are required to file a 2019 tax return should not use this tool. Using this tool will NOT speed up their Economic Impact Payment and will likely slow down processing of their tax return and receiving any refund.
People who already received their payment, even if they did not receive the full amount, should not use this tool.
Those who can be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 tax return are not eligible for the Payment and should not use the tool.
How to use Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here
The process is simple, and it only takes a few minutes to complete and submit the request for their Economic Impact Payment. First, taxpayers should visit IRS.gov and go to Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here. Then provide basic information. The IRS will use this information to confirm the taxpayer’s eligibility, calculate, and send them a payment.

Tools to help people get their Economic Impact Payment

COVID Tax Tip 2020-48, April 30, 2020

The IRS has two tools to help millions of taxpayers with their Economic Impact Payment. The payments are $1,200 per eligible person and up to $500 for each qualifying child.

The first tool, Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here is available – in English and Spanish – for certain taxpayers who don’t normally need to file a return. This free tool allows them to enter basic information so the IRS can issue their payment. The second tool, Get My Payment allows people to check the status of their payment and provide bank account information if a payment has not been scheduled for delivery.

Who needs to use Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here?
Taxpayers with low- or no-income: Those who don’t normally file a tax return include those with little or no income. This includes single filers who made under $12,200 and married couples who made less than 24,400 in 2019.
Taxpayers who receive federal benefits: Eligible SSI and veterans’ beneficiaries who usually don’t file a tax return don’t need to provide information to get a $1,200 payment automatically. However, VA and SSI benefit recipients who don’t normally file a tax return and have children should use the free tool by May 5. This will add the $500 per qualifying child under 17 to the automatic payments. If they miss the May 5 deadline, they will have to file a tax return next year for 2020 to receive the $500 per child.
Married individuals must provide additional information for their spouse to claim the full $2,400 payment if their spouse didn’t receive SSA, SSDI, RRB, SSI or VA benefits in 2019 and didn’t have to file a tax return in the last two years. They need to provide this information using the Non-Filer tool before the payment is scheduled otherwise, their payment at this time will be $1,200.
Should these groups use the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here tool?
Taxpayers who have already filed or who are required to file a 2019 tax return should not use this tool. Using this tool will NOT speed up their Economic Impact Payment and will likely slow down processing of their tax return and receiving any refund.
People who already received their payment, even if they did not receive the full amount, should not use this tool.
Those who can be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 tax return are not eligible for the Payment and should not use the tool.
How to use Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here
The process is simple, and it only takes a few minutes to complete and submit the request for their Economic Impact Payment. First, taxpayers should visit IRS.gov and go to Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here. Then provide basic information. The IRS will use this information to confirm the taxpayer’s eligibility, calculate, and send them a payment.

No tax will be owed on Economic Income Payments. It will not reduce a taxpayer’s refund or increase the amount owed when on the 2020 tax return filed next year. It will not affect income for purposes of determining eligibility for federal government assistance or benefit programs.

FUENTE: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/tools-to-help-people-get-their-economic-impact-payment