ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Taxes must be filed by May 17, but what if you still haven’t received your third stimulus payment?
A consumer watchdog said there are many reasons you may not have received your $1,400, but unfortunately there’s no way to speed up the process.
What You Need To Know
- Taxes must be filed by Monday, May 17
- U.S. PIRG: If anyone still hasn’t received 3rd stimulus, likely will receive it after filing taxes
“All people can do right now as far as the third payment is to wait and watch,” said Teresa Murray, the Consumer Watchdog Director at the Public Internet Research Group.
Murray said by now, most people have received the third stimulus payment, which the IRS started sending out back in March, and if you don’t have yours yet, the problem could be that the IRS doesn’t know where to send your money.
In that case, the IRS said once you file your 2020 tax returns, and they have your current address,…