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    Nonfilers and stimulus checks: Everything to know if you don’t usually file taxes

    Even if you don’t usually have to file a federal tax return, you’ll need to this year if you’re trying to claim missing stimulus money. Angela Lang/CNET If you never received money from the first and second stimulus checks you were eligible for, you’ve likely heard the only way to get that money is by¬†filing a tax return¬†this year. If you’re not usually required to file taxes, however, because you fall below the income limit or your receive Supplemental Security Income, for example, you’re considered a nonfiler by the IRS, and this year, you’ll need to file taxes by the April 15 deadline to recieve your missing payment. Fortunately, the…