IRS Extends Time to Request Economic Impact Payment During 2020

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Late today the IRS announced that the time to request an economic impact payment this year has been extended from October 15 to November 21.  There are still a fair number of people who have not requested the EIP.  The Commissioner has been making outreach efforts to provide these individuals with an opportunity before the window closes.  The additional time is limited to individuals who otherwise would not need to file a tax return.

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