VERIFY Fact Check |

Social Security benefits are taxable for some people, depending on their income

Taxes

Yes, you can file your taxes for free

Taxes

No, families can’t receive the increased child tax credit in 2023

Taxes

Yes, House Republicans introduced a bill to create national sales tax, eliminate the need for the IRS

Taxes

Yes, President Biden has released his tax returns

Taxes

No, Congress did not defund 87,000 IRS agents

Taxes

No, the IRS is not hiring 87,000 new agents to increase middle-class audits

Taxes

No, the IRS isn’t legally required to audit the president

Taxes

No, the federal government isn’t sending Americans a fourth stimulus check in 2023

Money

Yes, the IRS delayed the $600 tax reporting rule for payment apps

Taxes

No, not all payment app transactions of $600 need to be reported to the IRS

Taxes

Yes, the IRS can revoke tax-exempt status for churches that endorse candidates

Elections

No, the average taxpayer will not have to pay $2,100 to cover the cost of student loan forgiveness

Taxes

Yes, the IRS is forgiving some late-filing fees because of the pandemic

Taxes

Yes, the tax deadline for people who filed extensions is coming in October

Taxes

No, Congress has not voted to make its members exempt from IRS audits

Government