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(KSL News) The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will go into overtime this weekend, hoping it can help get economic stimulus checks to Americans who may need them most.
The IRS will host a "Super Saturday" event this weekend at 320 of its offices across the country. The agency says workers will try to help citizens who don't ordinarily file tax returns get their paperwork in order.
"There's a special group of about 20 million Americans: low-income workers, people who receive Social Security, people who receive veterans' benefits," said IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman.
All of those Americans must file tax returns this year if they want an economic stimulus check. The IRS will have locations open tomorrow to offer help.
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