Are you missing a child tax credit? Here is the IRS Phone number

Are you missing a child tax credit?  Here is the IRS Phone number

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  • See: Child Tax Credit Payments Are Being Deposited Today – Here Are the Other Important DatesFind: Didn’t Get Your Child Tax Credit? Here’s How to Track It Down

  • The advance payments of the Child Tax Credit are well underway with the third payment to be deposited Sept. 15, but the millions of payments the IRS has sent out have not been without trouble. Heavy criticisms about the method of payment, late delivery of paper checks and difficulties in signing up for the credit have flooded an already overwhelmed tax agency.

It might be necessary to call the IRS if you have tried several times to sign up and are receiving error messages to no avail.

Before calling, just a warning — the IRS has already advised citizens it is dealing with extraordinary backlogs, overwhelming phone calls and not enough staff to deal with the procedural demands of this year’s tax season and stimulus aid programs.

The number to try is 1-800-829-1040.

To make things a little more speedy, have on hand your social security number, birth date, filing status and social security numbers of your children or dependents for whom you are claiming the credit.

If you want to speak with an IRS representative in person, you can make an appointment here. You will be asked to put in your zip code and find the office nearest to you to go see someone in person.

See: Will The Child Tax Credit Affect Your 2022 Taxes?Find: IRS ‘Math Error’ Notices Soar Due to Stimulus Payments — Are Child Tax Credits Next?

If you have been receiving your child tax credit payment via a paper check, keep in mind that the IRS has posted several times about the delay in delivering these payment methods. You can still check on the status of your paper check payment if you feel it is overly delayed, but switching to direct deposit will ensure better tracking and more speedy delivery of your payment. More From GOBankingRates

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