If you did not receive the 2019 or 2020 stimulus payments, then your two payments would total $1800. If you are entitled to a refund from other income taxes that you had paid in 2020, then that refund would have been added to the $1800 for stimulus payments.
You will need to review your return to see if all of your income and payments have been recorded for wages, interest, pensions, self-employment or other sources of income.
Thank you for your input. But just to clarify are you saying that the $1800 stimulus payments should’ve been reflected in my total refund. So my refund was $1800 and my stimulus payments are supposed to total $1800 then when I e-filed Should my total refund have reflected the total of the stimulus and the refund a total of $3600. Thank you
If you are single with no dependents, not able to be claimed as a dependent by someone else, and meet income requirements, and did not receive the first or second payment, then your refund would be $1800.
Your $1800 refund is the total of your two stimulus payments. TurboTax starts you with $1800 and then takes away the amount of stimulus payments that you have already received.
Since you did not receive any stimulus payments, your refund stayed at $1800. Have you received only the first payment, then your refund would have dropped to $600. If you had received the first and second refund payments, your refund would have dropped to zero.