Did you ask for a filing transcript ? If so then you got the info they had on file at the time of the request ... your filed return must not have "hit the que" yet ... this virus shutdown has delayed many things. Just ignore it.
This same thing just popped up in my records on the irs website. It was a verification request of non-filer for the 2020 tax period that we havent even been able to for yet.
i never requested anything like that and I’ve always filed and verified that my refund last year did hir my account like I remembered.
weird that they would even issue that letter to anyone to use as verification that they did not file in the 2020 tax season that technically hasnt even officially began yet. Not 1 person has technically filed yet, but they sent me the verification form randomly.....this has been bugging me since I found it online last week, because Im affraid Im missing something that my logic cant explain but might somehow cause me to miss out on my family stimulus due to this little technicality.
any ideas to explain that?
By any chance did you try to submit a non-filer return in the spring last year in order to provide bank information for a direct deposit of the stimulus payment provided at that time?
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Luckily I’ve never had to get involved with the IRS enough to ever even go on their site, until I had to figure out all my delayed stimulus crap. I just stumbled on my tax records section and noticed I had a folder tagged and noted to have that newly requested validation of non-filer form for me.
I though it was odd as soon as I read it and it specifically stated that this letter was to verify my non-filer status for the upcoming tax filing period that hasnt even opened yet for anybody to file.
i double checked that all my previous returns had been accepted and I even researched when each refund deposited in my bank acct.
So its not possible that The IRS should be showing me as a non-filer unless its an error on their end.