The IRS is sending the stimulus in three different ways: direct deposit for those who had their direct deposit information on their 2018/2019 tax returns, physical stimulus check, or EIP debit card. The IRS does not allow you to choose how the government sends the money to you. If you filed, and need status on your payment, contact the IRS at 1-800-919-9835
Expat Tax Filing
If you owe money, you must pay today or you will owe a fine. You can request a 3 month extension to October to file the paperwork but you do need to pay. There are short and long term payment plans. Don’t wrap up fines. If you need help filing, contact Expatriate Tax Returns.
If your income was less than $75,000 in 2019, you may qualify for the $1,200 stimulus form the IRS and another $500 per dependent. You must have an SSN and be a U.S. tax payer. All current and previous tax filings need to be up-to-date to receive the stimulus check. If you need help catching up or filing for this year, our expat tax experts are standing by to help you. Learn more and get started!
Due to COVID-19, the tax filing deadline for all individual taxpayers including expats has been extended to July 15, 2020. The FBAR filing deadline is due the same day. If you need additional time to qualify for the FEIE, you can request an extension to October 15, 2020, but if you owe taxes, payment is due by July 15, 2020. Expatriate Tax Returns is available 24/7 to make sure your questions are answered and your problems are solved. Need help filing, give us a call!
U.S. taxpayers who have a social security number AND filed a tax return in 2018 or 2019 may qualify for refundable tax credits. If you qualify, the maximum credit will be $1200 per taxpayer and $500 for each dependent child reported on your tax return that have a valid social security number. Don’t put off your filing requirement, there will be no payments made after December 31, 2020. If you are behind in filing, we can help. GET STARTED!
The US government extended the filing and payment of all individual tax returns to July 15th, 2020. Estimated taxes that were due in April and will be due in June are also extended to the July 15th deadline. Penalties and interest will be waived on all individual tax payments that were due from February 15 thru July 15. If you haven’t already, now is the time to file your U.S. taxes. We specialize in U.S. expats tax returns. Contact us to make sure your taxes are filed correctly.