Agency spokesman Gregg Semanick says about 58,000 disabled veterans and retirees normally don't file tax returns but were eligible for the checks. As of mid-June, he says only 40,000 filed to get the checks.
The receive the $300 and $600 checks, those eligible must file a tax return.
Congressman Michael Castle has been holding workshops throughout the state to raise awareness about how residents can claim their checks. He will hold a workshop at 12:30 p.m. at the CHEER Community Center in Georgetown.
Semanick says the IRS is sending a second mailing to those who havent filed a tax return but could be eligible for a stimulus check.
Information from: Delaware State News, http://www.newszap.com
Anyone who filed a 2007 tax return qualified for up to $600 for individuals and $1,2000 for a married couple filing jointly. Many parents receive an additional $300 for each qualifying child.
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The Garden State ranks 10th in the nation in unclaimed payments.
The /*Internal Revenue Service*/ says the deadline to apply is Oct. 15.