Since it takes time to discuss and retrieve the the stimulus information from the client and enter it into the recovery rebate form, I'm charging a small fee for this form. But this form is not in the billing rates section to enter the rate charged. Does anyone know if and when it will be? Also... There is an economic impact payment form in the billing rates section, but there is no such form in any forms section of the return. Are these 2 possibly the same, and should be merged?
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I'm not sure about your actual questions, but perhaps you don't need that?
Other than people who qualify as a dependent, pretty much everybody will need that form (and you will probably need to discuss the situation with those who don't need it), right? With that being the case, just adding an additional cost to the 1040 would accomplish that same thing.