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hawkmy-1
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HELP WITH BANK INFORMATION

I HAD SOMEONE PAY WITH THEIR VISA THEY DO NOT WANT TO GIVE THEIR ROUNTING AND ACCT INFO.  CAN THIS BE DONE
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xmasbaby0
Level 15

HELP WITH BANK INFORMATION

What did you have the "someone"'pay with a Visa?  What are you trying to do in regard to a routing and account number?
**Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to offer the most correct information possible. The poster disclaims any legal responsibility for the accuracy of the information that is contained in this post.**
SweetieJean
Level 15

HELP WITH BANK INFORMATION

Pay what?  TT fees?
hawkmy-1
New Member

HELP WITH BANK INFORMATION

THE AMOUNT DUE 119.99 FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT, 44.99 FOR GEORGIA AND 154.00 FEDERAL DUE TOTAL PAID 174.98
SweetieJean
Level 15

HELP WITH BANK INFORMATION

But are those TT fees?
Carl
Level 15

HELP WITH BANK INFORMATION

Basically, who is "someone"? A customer of your business? A tenant in a rental you own? Something else?
Who did someone pay? You? Your business? TurboTax for TurboTax fees? IRS for federal taxes? Some state for state taxes?
Who or what entity is "they" that doesn't want to give their routing/account # information?
Who or what entity is asking for the routing/account # information?
Now if the credit card number is already provided, along with the expiration date of the card, name on the card and the 3-digit CVV code on the back, why does anything else need to be provided?
Anonymous
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HELP WITH BANK INFORMATION

if you are receiving comp for preparing return, you are in violation of the software agreement.   

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