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zadenver
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I filed my state and federal taxes. And they both were excepted. I did not owe any money nor did I get a refund. I never had to give my bank info for direct deposit

 
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Valmouton
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I filed my state and federal taxes. And they both were excepted. I did not owe any money nor did I get a refund. I never had to give my bank info for direct deposit

I have some what the same question.  I filed my taxes; however, I owe and therefore did not provide an account number for my 2019 taxes.  There is an account on file from my 2018 taxes that is accurate will they pull from that information for my stimulus deposit?

DianeC958
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I filed my state and federal taxes. And they both were excepted. I did not owe any money nor did I get a refund. I never had to give my bank info for direct deposit

The IRS is setting up a portal on their website for your to give them your bank account information so you can receive the Stimulus payment as a direct deposit.  

 

The portal is suppose to be ready towards the later part of April.

 

Check the IRS website later this month for the portal.

 

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