Judge orders IRS to pay coronavirus stimulus checks to incarcerated people

The IRS earlier said that imprisoned Americans were not eligible for the stimulus checks. Thus, it started forfeiting or withholding checks of incarcerated individuals. However, the IRS and the Treasury Department have now been ordered to pay about $100 million in coronavirus stimulus checks to the incarcerated individuals.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreIncarcerated individuals eligible for coronavirus stimulus checksOn September 24, U.S. District Court Judge Phyllis Hamilton issued an order to send the payment to incarcerated individuals in the next 30 days. Also, the IRS and…

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