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Do I still have to send in a payment if I gave my banking information on my form

 
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PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

Do I still have to send in a payment if I gave my banking information on my form

No, if you selected direct debit then there should be no payment to send in. 

To verify the date you selected for direct debit:

  • Sign into your account 
  • Select Taxes
  • My Tax Timeline
  • Scroll down to Some things You can Do
  • Select Download all forms and worksheets (on the right side of screen)
  • Open the pdf file, and scroll for the Federal Information Worksheet. Part V contains the Direct Deposit/Debit info.

If you did not specify a date for a direct debit for your taxes, then the default date is the due date of your return, 4/18/17. 

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PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

Do I still have to send in a payment if I gave my banking information on my form

No, if you selected direct debit then there should be no payment to send in. 

To verify the date you selected for direct debit:

  • Sign into your account 
  • Select Taxes
  • My Tax Timeline
  • Scroll down to Some things You can Do
  • Select Download all forms and worksheets (on the right side of screen)
  • Open the pdf file, and scroll for the Federal Information Worksheet. Part V contains the Direct Deposit/Debit info.

If you did not specify a date for a direct debit for your taxes, then the default date is the due date of your return, 4/18/17. 

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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