Check Your Stimulus Payment Status - Irs hotline phone number

Although the letter from the IRS regarding your Stimulus Rebate Check did arrive to you by mail, and it said your check will be mailed soon, there are many reasons why you not to get the rebate.Basically, the main reasons why you are not going to get the paper check are:
  • You owe taxesChild supportyou owe child support
  • Financial aid payments as a student loan being owed.
  • An amended tax return has been filed - stimulus check will go out after the amended return has been processed - takes up to 8 weeks to be processed.
  • You receive supplemental security income (SSI) only - SSI is not taxable (Look at Box 5 of Form SSA-1099).
  • Problem with your post office - it does not forward government checks.
  • You have changed your address using the wrong form - The correct form is Form 8822.
IRS Hotline:

So your are angry about your tax rebate status, and you want to talk with a person, preferably from the IRS?, well, just like the tax fraud hotline, you have two phone numbers:

Use the two following IRS hotline phone numbers
  • 1-800-829-1040
  • 1-866-234-2942
you will either get an automated system / recorded messages or you will be lucky to get an irs representative.Related articles:IRS Offers New Toll-Free Numbers to Assist Taxpayers

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