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Checks up to $1000 for those who did not file taxes: Who will receive them?

Some people who did not file taxes in April may be eligible for a check of up to $1,000 in financial aid. Who will receive it? Find out who are qualified.

Cheques de hasta $1000 dólares para los que no declararon impuestos: ¿Quién los recibirá?
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The United States provides various financial aid payments for residents who could use the help. In many cases, these payments are subject to the tax situation of individuals; that is, they are aimed at those who, year after year, present a tax return to the Internal Revenue Service.

But what about residents who can’t file taxes because they don’t have enough income to do so? Well, in New Mexico a new form of financial aid has been approved for low-income people who cannot file taxes for this reason.

These are relief payments for New Mexicans who did not qualify for tax rebates that the state offers.

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Checks up to $1000 for those who did not file taxes: Who will receive them?

According to the New Mexico Department of Taxation and Revenue, the state has a budget of $15 million to give financial assistance of up to $1,000 to people who did not file taxes because they do not have enough income.

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Payment will be $500 for individuals and $1,000 for couples filing jointly. To be qualified to receive the money, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Be a current New Mexico resident with low-income.
  • Have a valid Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
  • Have not received or intended to receive a bonus payment as a result of filing the 2021 personal income tax return.
  • If you receive the “2023 Rebates for NM Families,” you are not eligible for this new payment.

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To qualify for the payments, you must have submitted your application to the New Mexico Department of Human Services by June 30, 2023. If you were eligible to receive the financial assistance, you will start receiving checks at the end of July 2023.

Check your email to see if you qualified, as successful applicants receive a confirmation by mail.