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How do I fix a stimulus rejection code for my tax return?

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on July 28, 2020
Last modified: July 28, 2020
stimulus rejection

Many taxpayers are confused as to why the IRS is rejecting their 2019 tax returns when they haven’t filed as yet.

There’s a reason for this, and you may be caught off guard if it happens to you.

Did you use the IRS’ Non-Filers Tool?

There are two tools, the Get My Payment Tool and the Non-Filers Tool.

With the IRS system in place for stimulus payments, the only individuals targeted to use the Non-Filers tool had to have social security benefits or did not have any requirement to file a 2019 tax return. Typically, these taxpayers are retired individuals.

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What do I do if someone else claimed my dependent?

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on October 16, 2018
Last modified: October 10, 2019

someone else claimed my dependent

In the worst case scenario, the IRS rejects your tax return.

Someone else claimed my dependent. What should I do? Luckily, the IRS gives you options in case you’re stuck in this situation.

Unfortunately, the IRS cannot disclose who claimed your dependent. Typically it’s either the other parent, their child claimed themselves as an exemption on their individual tax return, another member of the household such as the grandparent, or any other person that lived with the child for a portion of the year.

What you need to do.

If you’re filing a current year return, you may receive a rejection due to your dependent’s social security number. In this case, you should double-check that you reported their SSN correctly.

If it is reported correctly, you will need to paper file your return; meaning you must print, sign and mail your return to the IRS. You cannot e-file it since the IRS will reject it again.

You may receive a CP87A Notice which notifies each party that if they incorrectly claimed the dependent, they need to file an amended tax form. If you can rightfully claim the dependent, you do not need to respond to this notice. In order to dispute the claim of your dependent, you will need to attach a cover letter (more…)

Someone Used My Social Security Number to File Taxes – What Should I Do?

Posted by admin on January 10, 2017
Last modified: September 25, 2018

Victim of identity theft? Don’t let panic get the best of you.

After entering your tax information, you finally hit the e-file button, only to have your return rejected by the IRS. The reason; a tax return has already been filed with your social security number!

There’s a sinking feeling in your gut and an enveloping sense of dread. What do you do? How will you ever get your refund money now? Remain Calm. You’ll get through this.

 

Here’s what you should do now

Step #1

The first thing to do is double check all of the information on your return, especially your name and Social Security number and those of your spouse and dependents. Sometimes this error can be caused by a simple typo. (more…)