Income limits for single people
There is plenty of misinformation and incomplete information out there right now stating that single people will have reduced stimulus starting at $75k of AGI, and phase out at $80k. If you file as "single", you will get nothing if your AGI is above $80k.
If you file as Head of Household, the income limit phase out starts at $112.5k. I reviewing the 244 page bill (H.R. 1319) that was signed into law by the Senate/Congress/President this March of 2021, see link in section "SEC. 6428B. 2021 RECOVERY REBATES TO INDIVIDUALS".
Thought I would mention this because so many people file their own taxes online these days, and may not know the difference between "single" and "head of household". Please understand the main difference here is that as a "head of household", you must have a qualifying child or dependent.
Make sure you don't miss out on $1,400 for yourself, and $1,400 per dependent. I kept this short and sweet for a very select audience. If you want more detailed information, I suggest you review H.R. 1319.
Link to the 3rd Coronavirus (COVID-19) Stimulus Bill
- Text - H.R.1319 - 117th Congress (2021-2022): American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 | Congress.gov | Libr
Text for H.R.1319 - 117th Congress (2021-2022): American Rescue Plan Act of 2021
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