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I saw that my significant other had a question regarding his stimulus and if he got them or not. I received no such question.

 
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I saw that my significant other had a question regarding his stimulus and if he got them or not. I received no such question.


@valeriee133 wrote:

I am under Federal Review but it is not giving me a choice for “let’s make sure you got the right stimulus”. What do I do if I don’t have this option?


There could be 3 reasons you are not seeing the stimulus question in Federal Review.

1.  You indicated in the My Info section of the program that you are a dependent.

2.  Your 2020 AGI is to high based on your filing status.  It starts to phase out if your AGI is -

• $150,000 if married filing jointly or qualifying widow(er)
• $112,500 if head of household
• $75,000 if single or married filing separately

3.  You did not complete the federal tax return before accessing Federal Review.  You must complete Wages & Income, Deductions & Credits and Other Tax Situations before accessing Federal Review.

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I saw that my significant other had a question regarding his stimulus and if he got them or not. I received no such question.

 

Please follow these steps to enter the stimulus amounts received:

  1. Log into TurboTax.
  2. After entering all your information click "Federal Review" at the top of your screen. 
  3. On the screen "Let's make sure you got the right stimulus amount" click "Continue".
  4. You will be asked about the amounts of first round and second round stimulus payments you received.  If you did not receive a payment enter "0".
  5. TurboTax will then calculate the amount of stimulus payment remaining that you are still entitled to get. 
  6. Any stimulus amount remaining due to you will show as a credit on line 30 of the 1040.

 

For additional information please see Stimulus FAQ at the end of the TurboTax article.

 

 

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I saw that my significant other had a question regarding his stimulus and if he got them or not. I received no such question.

I am under Federal Review but it is not giving me a choice for “let’s make sure you got the right stimulus”. What do I do if I don’t have this option?

I saw that my significant other had a question regarding his stimulus and if he got them or not. I received no such question.


@valeriee133 wrote:

I am under Federal Review but it is not giving me a choice for “let’s make sure you got the right stimulus”. What do I do if I don’t have this option?


There could be 3 reasons you are not seeing the stimulus question in Federal Review.

1.  You indicated in the My Info section of the program that you are a dependent.

2.  Your 2020 AGI is to high based on your filing status.  It starts to phase out if your AGI is -

• $150,000 if married filing jointly or qualifying widow(er)
• $112,500 if head of household
• $75,000 if single or married filing separately

3.  You did not complete the federal tax return before accessing Federal Review.  You must complete Wages & Income, Deductions & Credits and Other Tax Situations before accessing Federal Review.

I saw that my significant other had a question regarding his stimulus and if he got them or not. I received no such question.

It was the first reason and I was able to fix it. Thank you so much for your help! 

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