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By now, pretty much every (and their mother!) has heard about the tax rebate stimulus checks that the Federal government will be sending out. In order to claim your rebate, all you have to you have to file an income tax return.
What about people who wouldn’t otherwise have to file a tax return?
It’s actually possible for you to qualify for the tax rebate program even if you wouldn’t otherwise be required to file a tax return. So what can you do to ensure that you get your slice of the pie? Simple. Just visit the Free File – Economic Stimulus Payment page at IRS.gov — they list numerous ways of filing a return (for free!) for the sole purpose of qualifying for the tax rebate. If you’re wondering how long it will take for your payment to arrive, look no further than the tax stimulus rebate payment schedule.
So what are you waiting for? Get to it, and then go out and start stimulating the economy…
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