By Marshal Deck
There are still roughly 9 million people who haven't redeemed their incentives for child tax credit checks as the deadline approaches.
The deadline to claim your expanded child tax credit or stimulus funds is quickly approaching.
Millions of people in the US have yet to claim their payouts, despite the fact that the majority of families did.
Both of these payments' eligibility was determined by the IRS based on tax filings.
And if you belong to one of these groups, the last day to get your money is quickly approaching.
Read on to find out the due date for filing your tax return in order to be eligible for a Child Tax Credit incentive payment.
Whether you must file a tax return or not affects the date for claiming your money.
If you are not obligated to file taxes, you have time to file a SIMPLE tax return by Tuesday, November 15, to recover the missed incentive or child tax credit fund.
You have until February 15, 2023, to register a claim if you were impacted by one of the recent natural disasters, such as Hurricane Ian.
A higher child tax credit of up to $3,600 per kid is available, or $1,800 per child if you received payments on a monthly basis in 2022.
Keep in mind that you ought to have already gotten your money from the first two stimulus cheques if you filed your taxes in 2022.