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Incentive check: Plus-up payments may stop on December 31

ploop-up payments can end in December 31, 2021.

Those who saw a drop in income in 2020 compared to 2019 were eligible for the additional payments, but these may now disappear with the arrival of 2022.

When is the deadline for claiming benefits?

According to the IRS, the deadline for sending payments to eligible taxpayers is December 31, 2021.

Payments will be sent separately from 2020 tax refund and previous Payments with economic impact and are normally issued within two weeks of processing your 2020 tax return. They will be sent every week until the December 31 deadline.

Who is eligible for benefits?

According to the IRSEligibility for benefits includes a decrease in income in 2020 compared to 2019, as well as the addition of a new dependent.

The third round of Stimulus Controls including $1,400 per person, as well as $1,400 per dependent, as long as recipients met certain income thresholds and other eligibility criteria.

In order to qualify for the side payments, individuals had to have suffered a significant drop in income in 2020, which was the case for people one day as the pandemic led to layoffs, job closures and other complications.

You can also qualify for the allowances by claiming a new taxpayer in 2020. If you had a newborn, you may end up in line for another $1,400 in payments.

The same applies to those who applied for an elderly or disabled dependent in 2020. Unlike the first two Stimulus Checks, the third round included those who had dependents of elderly or disabled people. This included elderly relatives, disabled relatives or even students in the care of a person.