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Most Social Security and Railroad Retirement recipients don’t need to file a return or provide information to get an Economic Impact Payment

Posted on 15 April, 2020 at 10:43 Comments comments (0)
Most Social Security and Railroad Retirement recipients don’t need to file a return or provide information to get an Economic Impact Payment

Many people are receiving Economic Impacts Payments to help with the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Among people getting payments for $1,200 are those who receive Social Security retirement, disability (SSDI), or survivor benefits and Railroad Retirement benefits. This includes those who don’t normally file a tax return and are not claimed as a dependent on someone else’s return.
Here are some things for these folks to know about the payment:
  • Eligible Social Security (including SSDI) and Railroad Retirement beneficiaries whose benefits are reported on a Form 1099 SSA or RRB will not need to file a tax return or provide information to receive a payment. However, those recipients who have qualifying children under age 17 must provide information through the Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info tool to claim the $500 payment per child.
  • Even though these beneficiaries are not typically required to file a tax return, they will still receive a payment.
  • Social Security (including SSDI) and Railroad Retirement beneficiaries who don’t file a tax return who have qualifying children under age 17 must use Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info to claim the $500 payment per child.
  • Economic Impact Payments will be sent automatically to this group of people the same way they receive their Social Security retirement, disability (SSDI), or survivor benefits or their Railroad Retirement benefits.

The IRS continues to explore ways to see if Economic Impact Payments can be made automatically to SSI recipients and those who receive veteran’s disability compensation, pension or survivor benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and who did not file a tax return for the 2018 or 2019 tax years. People in these groups can either use Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info option now or wait as the IRS continues to review automatic payment options to simplify delivery for these groups.
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Match your desires...Hypnosis

Posted on 13 April, 2020 at 9:50 Comments comments (0)
Offer a vibration that matches your desire rather than offering a vibration that keeps matching what-is.


Excerpted from Silver Spring, MD on 4/19/97
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

Don't get denied!!!!! Hypnosis!!!

Posted on 27 March, 2020 at 9:34 Comments comments (0)
No one can deny you anything. 

Only you deny it through your vibrational contradiction.


Excerpted from Boca Raton, FL on 1/12/97
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

Point of attraction...Hypnotherapy

Posted on 25 March, 2020 at 9:21 Comments comments (0)
Whatever you are giving your attention to already has a vibration of its own, and as you give your attention to it, you include its vibration in your vibration…and then your point of attraction is affected.


Excerpted from Silver Spring, MD on 4/19/97
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

Realizing with hypnosis....

Posted on 24 March, 2020 at 10:04 Comments comments (0)
Your path is more well-lighted than you have been allowing yourself to realize.

Excerpted from Boca Raton, FL on 1/18/14
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

Thought...with hypnosis!!!

Posted on 19 March, 2020 at 10:06 Comments comments (0)
Your choices of action may be limited—but your choices of thought are not.


Excerpted from Chicago, IL on 5/25/02
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

You want it?? Attract it..with hypnosi...

Posted on 6 March, 2020 at 10:31 Comments comments (101)
Within the seed of your desire is everything necessary for it to blossom to fulfillment. 

And Law of Attraction is the engine that does the work. 

Your work is just to give it a fertile growing place in order to expand

Excerpted from Albuquerque, NM on 5/9/99
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

Taxpayers must only pay what they owe

Posted on 5 February, 2020 at 10:03 Comments comments (0)
Taxpayers must only pay what they owe
When taxpayers complete their tax returns, some of them will owe money when they file. Here’s the thing…they have the right to pay only the amount of tax that is legally due.
This is one of ten Taxpayer Bill of Rights. They are fundamental rights taxpayers have when dealing with the IRS. One of which is the right to pay only the amount of tax legally due, including interest and penalties, and to have the IRS apply all tax payments properly. 
This means taxpayers are entitled to:
  • File for a refund if the they believe they overpaid.

  • Write or call the IRS office that sent the taxpayer a notice or bill. Taxpayers can do this if they believe the notice or bill is incorrect in any way. When challenging information in a bill or notice, taxpayers should be ready to provide copies of any records that may help correct the error. If the taxpayer is correct, the IRS will make the necessary adjustment to their account and send a corrected notice.

  • Amend a tax return if they discover an error. They can also amend this return if there were mistakes in their filing status, income, deductions or credits.

  • Request any amount owed be removed if it’s more than the correct amount due.

  • Request the IRS remove any interest from their account if the IRS caused unreasonable errors or delays.

  • Submit an offer in compromise, asking the agency to accept less than the full tax debt, if the taxpayer believes they don’t owe all or part of the debt.
More information:
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Be well...with hypnosis...

Posted on 3 February, 2020 at 11:21 Comments comments (2)
Most of you do not believe that it is your natural state of being to be well.


Excerpted from Boston, MA on 10/20/96
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

Many taxpayers don’t realize they could benefit from the earned income tax credit

Posted on 3 February, 2020 at 10:59 Comments comments (199)
Many taxpayers don’t realize they could benefit from the earned income tax credit
The earned income tax credit benefits millions of taxpayers who qualify by putting more money in their pockets. This money can help with things like food, gas, clothing and even saving for a rainy day.
Here’s some information for people who often miss out on claiming the credit:
Native Americans:
As with all taxpayers, Native Americans can claim the credit if they meet basic rules.
  • Taxpayers must have earned income. In other words, they must receive income as an employee, or from owning or operating their own business.
  • This includes home-based businesses and work in the service industry, construction and farming.
Grandparents:
Grandparents who work and are also raising grandchildren can also benefit from the EITC. These individuals who are caring for their grandchildren should find out if they qualify. It’s important because they’re often not aware they could claim these children for the EITC.
The EITC is a refundable tax credit. This means those who qualify and claim the credit could pay less federal tax, pay no tax, or even get a tax refund. Grandparents who are the primary caretakers of their grandchildren – as with all taxpayers – should remember these facts about the credit:
  • A grandparent who works and has a qualifying child may be eligible for the EITC, even if the grandparent is 65 years of age or older.
  • The grandchild must meet the qualifying child requirements for EITC.
  • Special rules and restrictions  apply if the child’s parents or other family members also qualify for EITC. 
  • Eligible grandparents must file a tax return and claim the credit, even if they don’t owe any tax or aren’t required to file.
Taxpayers living in rural areas:
Many taxpayers living in small towns and rural areas may qualify for EITC. Here are some things that people living in these areas should know about the credit and how it can benefit them:
  • EITC is a refundable tax credit. This means those who qualify and claim the credit could pay less federal tax, pay no tax, or even get a tax refund.
  • To get the credit, taxpayers must file a tax return and claim the credit, even if they don’t owe any tax or aren’t required to file.
  • Unmarried workers without a qualifying child who earn less than $15,570 may qualify for a smaller amount of the credit.
Taxpayers can use the EITC Assistant to determine if they qualify for EITC. Available in English and Spanish, this tool also estimates the amount of the taxpayer’s credit.
More Information:
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