If you did not receive your stimulus checks because your income disqualified you in 2018 or 2019, your bank account was closed, you used a tax software that did not allow you to receive the money, or because the IRS did not send it. You can receive the money when you file you 2020 tax return, Your 2020 tax return could also qualify you for the money.
If you are having issues with the IRS and just cannot seem to get them resolved, you have someone that is on your side and they do not charge you for their help. The Taxpayer Advocacy Group. https://taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov/
The Wisconsin office is in Milwaukee and the phone # is (414) 231-2390
To check your refund status:
Federal Tax refund:
You will need the taxpayer's social security #, filing status and refund amount.
Wisconsin Tax refund:
You will need the taxpayer's social security # and refund amount.
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It is never too late to start contributing.
Roth IRA's do not provide present tax benefits, but do when you retire and withdraw the money.
Traditional IRA's can possibly provide present tax benefits.
SEP IRA's - are you self-employed? These can provide present tax benefits as well.
You can give $15,000 ($30,000 if Married - each can give $15,000) per person a year without any tax consequences to you or the person receiving the gift. (The only item to be conscious of is the Medicare lookback period).
Did you know that your social security is only taxed up to 85% with the IRS and is not taxable at all to the state of Wisconsin? This is true.