File a “superseding tax return” before May 18, 2021.
You can get your share of the 3rd stimulus payment if:
- You already filed your 2020 tax returns jointly with your spouse, and
- your spouse took all the stimulus money.
File a “superseding tax return” as
- “married filing separately,” or
- “head of household.”
The Internal Revenue Service should:
- deposit your 3rd stimulus check in the bank account you put on your “superseding tax return,” or
- mail you a check at the address you put in your “superseding tax return.”
You may be able to get help to file a “superseding tax return” from a Taxpayer Clinic. They give free tax help to people who:
- have a low-incomes, or
- speak English as a second language.
Find a Taxpayer Clinic near you.