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Dear Friend,

I am writing to share updates about the CARES Act’s stimulus payment. The CARES Act provides most Americans making $75,000 or less a one-time payment of $1200 per adult, plus $500 per dependent child. You will receive your payment by direct deposit or a check in the mail.

Most Americans will receive this payment automatically, but some will need to take further action. Specifically, if you have filed taxes in 2018 or 2019, or receive Social Security, Railroad Retirement, or SSDI benefits, the IRS will automatically deposit your payment.

On Friday, April 10, the IRS released an online portal where you can provide basic information if you did not file in 2018 or 2019 so the IRS can send your payment by direct deposit. This includes name, mailing address, date of birth, Social Security number and bank account information. You can find a link to the portal at the IRS’ Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here webpage.


Using this portal is free and should take only a few minutes. You can find a detailed FAQ about how to use the portal here.


Please note that if you are in a group that will receive their payment automatically, you should NOT use this new portal. To learn more about the CARES Act stimulus payments, including for more detailed information about eligibility, I encourage you to visit the Stimulus Payment FAQ on my website.


Please know that my team and I stand ready to assist our community during this time of need. For resources to help you and your family navigate through COVID-19, please see here. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our offices via the phone numbers below.







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