I've inherited two low income, elderly tenants. I had a conversation with one the other day and she was telling me that she didn't get a stimulus check. These ladies only receive some social security and I'm sure don't file 1040's, but I would think they would still qualify for a check. For multiple reasons, I'd love to help them get those funds if they are able. Has anyone done any research or assisted tenants in a similar situation with this issue?
Well, if they're in the SSA system, should be happening. My 97 y/o father got one, but he has rentals, so did file.
If not, there should be some senior support agencies in your area. Call them and ask, they'd be better equipped.
@Chris Lynn either she has not checked her bank statements, that is possible; or she is lying, which might be more possible. My elderly SS tenants got theirs.
my mom who never claimed SS nor tax since she never worked...she too received her stimulus in the form of EIP debit card. we didn't even think she could get one. we thought it was a scam. My sister claimed her as dependent if youre wondering. So those ladies definitely qualified for stimulus.
I just got a card instead of a stimulus check and it only arrived yesterday though my husband got his immediately. They may just not have gotten it yet. I understand they can just check the IRS website.
You can let her go to this site: https://sa.www4.irs.gov/irfof-..
There's a tool that lets individuals check on the status of their stimulus checks.