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Update on the Stimulus Checks: Could Americans be entitled to an additional $650 as a result of the Stimulus Checks?

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 gave a significant amount of financial assistance to anyone affected by COVID-19 in 2021.

The stimulus payments were paid out in advance of tax credits in order to ensure that people received the money when they needed it. People’s bank accounts would be deposited by the IRS each year as a result.

 

 

 

However, if you didn’t receive all the money you were entitled to, you can still claim the tax credits when you file your 2021 tax returns.

Currently, the filing season for the 2021 tax year has begun, and many taxpayers have begun submitting their forms. Having processed more than 35 million of them, the IRS is now providing a picture of its actions up until Feb. 18, 2022.

According to this information, refunds issued in 2022 are significantly higher than refunds issued in 2021. Millions of people are claiming stimulus monies that haven’t been received, which could explain why they’re getting more than $650 back from the IRS this year than they did last year.

Increased tax refunds a result of stimulus spending?

This year’s average refund is $3,536, according to IRS figures. From $2,880 in 2021, this represents a rise of $1,080. As a result, the average American who has filed a tax return thus far has received an additional $656 in refunds.

Since this is only an average, some persons may have received refunds that were less or unchanged, while others may have received thousands of dollars in additional funds.

In addition, the American Rescue Plan Act may result in numerous people receiving substantial tax refunds, which would raise the overall average amount of money the IRS distributes.

Adults and their dependents, who qualified under the terms of the COVID-19 relief bill were given $1,400 in stimulus payments as a result. Children under 6 will receive a credit of $3,600, while older children will see their credit rise to $3,000 under the new law.

While only a portion of the original Child Tax Credit was refundable, the entire amount of the increased credit is, so some people will get back far more money than they paid in taxes in return for.

There is a chance that people who didn’t submit recent tax forms, or those who added a dependent in the past year, may not receive any of the stimulus cheques or the enhanced Child Tax Credit in 2021 even if the IRS sent out the full amount of these payments.

It’s possible that this year’s average refund is greater since these people have been quick to file their taxes in order to get their hands on this money.

People who are due a refund may have sent in their returns earlier than those who owe, so things could change. A huge increase in average refunds may not endure if that’s what’s going on. It appears that many Americans are getting more money back from the IRS this year than they did a year ago, at least according to IRS data.

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