Q) I spoke with Jackson Hewit and explained to them that i never got my 2 stimulus check cuz i moved back to Caldwell county and had my address changed before the date it was mailed and they still sent it to old address so when it was returned they said i would have to claim it on taxes . now they want 80 dollars upfront to do 2020 taxes .she said i could go up to your office and you can print it out for me there. I need to set up a appointment for that thank you
A) I apologize for any confusion, but I am not affiliated with Jackson Hewitt or any specific office. I do not have the ability to schedule appointments or provide direct assistance.
To resolve your issue regarding the missing stimulus check and tax filing, I recommend taking the following steps:
- Contact the IRS: Reach out to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) directly to inquire about the missing stimulus payments. You can visit their official website at www.irs.gov or call their helpline at 1-800-829-1040 to discuss your situation and seek guidance.
- Tax Preparation Options: If you are concerned about the cost of tax preparation services, consider exploring other tax preparation options in your area. There are often free or low-cost tax assistance programs available for eligible individuals, especially during the tax filing season.
- In-Person Assistance: Some communities offer in-person tax assistance centers where you can receive help with tax preparation. You can check with local community centers, libraries, or non-profit organizations to see if they offer such services.
- Online Tax Filing: If your tax situation is relatively simple, you might consider using free or low-cost online tax preparation software to file your taxes yourself.
- Local Resources: Reach out to local organizations that provide financial assistance or support to low-income individuals. They may be able to provide guidance on tax-related matters.
Remember to keep all relevant documentation, such as proof of address changes and communication with the IRS or tax preparation service, to support your case.
For specific and personalized assistance, it’s always best to consult with a qualified tax professional or financial advisor. They can help you navigate the complexities of your individual tax situation and provide personalized advice based on your circumstances.