Maine Parents Who Had A Baby In 2020 Could Get An Extra $1,100
According to WGME, if you had a baby in 2020 and have nor received a stimulus payment for that child, you could be entitled to $1,100 in additional stimulus money.
If the child was born between January 1st, 2020 and December 31st, 2020 and the parents meet the income requirements, they could get the extra money. Basically, they'd be getting the $500 from the first stimulus round and the $600 from the second round.
Those income requirements are as follows:
- $75,000 if you’re a single filer.
- $112,500 if you’re head of household.
- $150,000 if you’re married and file a joint return.
Keep in mind, as the income requirements have changed between the first and second stimulus payments, there is a chance you might get $500, instead of the full $1,100.
The reason parents of those children did not get the stimulus for their 2020 babies is that those payments were based on 2019 tax returns.
In order to get the money for your child born in 2020, you will need to file your 2020 tax return.
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