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Update: Stimulus Payments and Social Security Recipients

The IRS has announced that Social Security recipients will automatically receive economic impact payments. Those receiving Social Security benefits who don’t typically file a tax return will not need to file an abbreviated (simple) tax return to receive their stimulus payment.  The IRS will use information from Forms SSA-1099 and RRB-1099 to generate payments for these individuals. The payment will be sent as a direct deposit or check, however they normally receive their benefits.

From the news release: “We want to ensure that our senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, and low-income Americans receive Economic Impact Payments quickly and without undue burden,” said Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin. “Social Security recipients who are not typically required to file a tax return need to take no action.”


If you have already filed an information return and provided your DD information to Morales Services, Inc. we will upload your information to the portal that the IRS is designing, as soon as there are instructions how to do so. You will then receive an email confirming we have done so. WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!


If you need to update your email address, or you are uncertain whether we have it on file, send an email to with your name in the subject line. We will reply to confirm receipt.

You may also upload documents to our secure portal at


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