<h2<Important Tax Record-keeping Advice:

If you received an economic impact payment in 2020 need to keep Notice 1444, entitled Your Economic Impact Payment, with your other 2020 tax records such as W-2s, 1099s, and any virtual currency transactions. This Notice 1444 provides important information about the amount of your payment, how the payment was made, and how to report any payment that was not received.

Note that the IRS mails this Notice 1444 to each recipient’s last known address within 15 days after the payment goes out. It is important for people to keep this Notice 1444for their 2020 tax return preparation next year, especially if you think your payment amount is wrong. When you file your 2020 tax return (in 2021), you can refer to Notice 1444 and claim additional credits, if you are eligible for them.

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