October 28, 2020


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FREE Bilingual Webinar on Stimulus Checks for Non-Tax Filers Wed., Oct. 14

How Non-Filer Taxpayers Can Acquire Stimulus Checks

Day: Wednesday, Oct 14, 2020

Time: twelve:00 to 1:00 pm

Area: On the web Webinar

Expense: Cost-free

Register: Here

MCLE: None



Did you believe that you did not qualify for a federal Economic Effects Payment (also know as a Stimulus Examine) simply because you have not compensated taxes in the past two decades and do not get Social Protection, SSI, Railroad Retirement, or VA rewards. Properly, you can nevertheless get a Stimulus Examine for you and your slight dependents!


This webinar, is delivered by Legal Help Modern society of San Diego will make clear how to file. This webinar is really timely because the deadline for registering for a stimulus check out is November 21, 2020. And, as soon as the federal deadline with the IRS passes, non-filers will have the assert their Economic Effects Payment as a credit score on 2020 profits tax return.


Attendees will study from Supervising Attorney Shahin Rahimi and Outreach Coordinator Wendy Romero of Legal Aid’s Low Money Taxpayers Clinic. Shahin will present in English although Wendy provides in Spanish. If you are not able to show up at this webinar or would like much more facts about the help that the Low Money Taxpayers Clinic delivers, check out out their web site.


Our webinars are just just one of the several methods that we have created readily available to aid you with you legal training for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis. Examine out our Classes, Legal Databases, and COVID-19 Legal Issues pages for much more facts! If you have any issues about our webinars or accessing our legal databases, remember to make contact with us by email, telephone, or Virtual Entrance Desk (weekdays concerning 2 pm and four pm). Or, you can indicator up for an appointment with a reference librarian.

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