IRS provides revised frequently asked questions on Third-round Economic Impact Payment

Issue Number:​ ​ ​ ​ IR-2022-67

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IRS provides revised frequently asked questions on Third-round Economic Impact Payment

WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today updated its frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the third-round Economic Impact Payment (FS-2022-22) PDF.

These FAQs revisions (as noted by date at the end of each revised question) are as follows:

  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic A: General Information
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic B: Eligibility and Calculation of the Third Payment
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic C: Plus-Up Payments
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic D: EIP Cards
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic E: Requesting My Payment
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic F: Social Security, Railroad Retirement and Department of Veterans Affairs benefit recipients
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic G: Receiving My Payment
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic H: Reconciling on Your 2021 Tax Return
  • Third-round Economic Impact Payment — Topic J: Payment Issued but Lost, Stolen, Destroyed or Not Received

These FAQs are being issued to provide general information to taxpayers and tax professionals as expeditiously as possible.

More information about reliance is available.

More information on the Recovery Rebate Credit is available on IRS.gov.

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