What the Second Stimulus Payment Means For You

First COVID related Stimulus Payment Calculator

Attention: This calculator is for the first stimulus payment paid until October 2020. Access the new calculator for the second stimulus calculator here. Plus read all the details about the second stimulus payment procedures.

  • The tax calculator below allows you to estimate your share of the First Corona Crisis related stimulus payments issued to most American taxpayers. If you did not receive this payment you can claim the money via the Recovery Rebate Credit on your 2020 tax return due on April 15, 2021.

Most taxpayers had to either have a 2018 or 2019 Tax Year Return on record with the IRS. If you have no other taxable income but Social Security Income, you most likely do not need a tax return on file with the IRS. Before you begin the tool have either your 2018 or 2019 Adjusted Gross Income available. You will find this on Line 7 on your 2018 Tax Return or Line 8b on your 2019 Tax Return. Many taxpayers who did not file a 2018 or 2019 Tax Return were asked to file a non-filer or stimulus return. This however created confusion as many regular taxpayers filed a non-filer return for 2019 only to find out that their regular 2019 return got rejected when they filed; as result they had to file a tax amendment. The IRS considered a 2019 non-filer or stimulus return as a regular 2019 tax return.

More details on the first stimulus payment and other COVID-19 related Tax Return deadline changes. Details about the second stimulus payment procedures.

COVIDucator Tool

Estimate Your COVID-19 or CARES ACT Stimulus Payment

Use this eFile.com tool to help you determine how much money you will receive as part of the CARES ACT Stimulus.

If you are the recipient of Social Security Income and do not report any other taxable income, learn how you will receive your Stimulus Check.

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Estimate Your COVID-19 or CARES ACT Stimulus Payment
Did you file a Tax Year 2018 or 2019 IRS Tax Return?
Latest Tax Year Return You Filed
Did you only have Social Security Income in 2018 and 2019 and therefore did not file Tax Return?
Enter Your Annual 2019 Social Security Income From Form SSA-1099
Select your Filing Status for this Tax Return
Enter Your 2019 Return Adjusted Gross Income
Enter the number of Dependents you claimed on your 2019 Tax Return
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