Economic Stimulus

Korfmacher, William
July 2008
PN;Jul2008, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p76
Trade Publication
The article examines economic stimulus as a payment to wage-earning taxpayers and Social Security recipients and veterans receiving compensation or pension in the U.S. Reports from Internal Revenue Service (IRS) explain that economic stimulus is given to taxpayers in addition to the normal refund if their paid taxes exceeded the amount they owed starting May 2, 2008. However, to be qualified, one must file a tax return before he receives the payment.


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