In some instances, when someone has used a tax preparer in the past and taken out a loan based on their refund, the preparer puts in their bank information. Because of this, the Internal Revenue Service is sending the $1,200.00 stimulus payment to the tax preparer’s account instead of the taxpayer.
To correct this problem, the IRS has put in a new site to help people enter the correct bank information. This may cause a significant delay in these people getting access to these funds.
Also, there are those who are “under-banked” and they may also be delayed getting the funds. Without a current bank account, they will have to receive their funds through a check instead of via direct deposit. The IRS website also includes an area for those who have not filed a 2018 or 2019 return to put in their banking information so they can receive their payment.
The web site is: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment .Read More related articles
If a person has been laid off from their job, if their hours have been reduced, or if they are on furlough due to the COVID-19 pandemic they are eligible to file for unemployment benefits with the State of Alabama. There are two ways to sign up for unemployment benefits in the State of Alabama; either online at www.labor.alabama.gov or by phone at 1-866-234-5382.
The site listed below will give you the information needed to file a claim for unemployment benefits.
A to Z Home Daycare
Angie’s Family Child Care
Annie’s Child Care
Array of Light Home Care
Ashland Head Start
Clay County, Alabama
Big Blue Marble Academy
Greene County Head Start
Harris Early Learning Center
Hermes Enchanted Garden
Jan’s Tiny Tots
Jene’s Bright Start
Kidz World Home Childcare
Kingdom Steps Academy
Lakeview Child Development Ministry
Little Lambs & Ivy
Lots of Love and Laughter Daycare
Ms. Connie’s Child Care and Early Head Start
Peachtree Head Start
Randolph County, Alabama
Penny’s Playhouse and Early Head Start Academy
Precious Angels Daycare and Early Headstart
Shemika’s Small Wonders
Tiny Town Village Child Care
Alexander City, Alabama
White’s Home Child Care
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Alabama is home to more than 4.7 million people. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System reaches one in three Alabamians, providing research-based educational programs in agriculture; forestry, wildlife, and natural resources; family and consumer sciences; economic and community development; 4-H and youth development; and urban affairs.
Socio-economic data can provide important insights into the residents of the state’s 67 counties. This county data is an important tool of Alabama Extension, which uses it to target and fine tune its programs.
One resource used by Extension can be found at AlabamaPossible.org