Well, what did the letter say?My guess is that you didn't pay taxes.The IRS says:In general, individuals who had a federal income tax liability for 2000 and who could not be claimed as a dependent on someone else's tax return are eligible for a 2001 advance payment this year. You had a liability if your tax was greater than the amount of your nonrefundable credits, such as the child tax credit, education credits or child care credit. Refundable credits - such as the earned income tax credit - are not a factor in determining eligibility or computing the credit or the advance payment.See http://www.irs.gov/ind_info/apinfo/index.html for more.
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