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james-koback1
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My husband did the stimulus registration but we didn't need to because we did 2019 taxes and with direct deposit is that going to mess up us getting direct deposit now

 
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MinhT1
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My husband did the stimulus registration but we didn't need to because we did 2019 taxes and with direct deposit is that going to mess up us getting direct deposit now

If you e-filed your 2019 tax return and provided your bank information for direct deposit of your refund, you are all set. The IRS will use that bank information to direct deposit your stimulus payment.

 

Your registration for the stimulus should have been rejected as you already filed a tax return.

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james-koback1
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My husband did the stimulus registration but we didn't need to because we did 2019 taxes and with direct deposit is that going to mess up us getting direct deposit now

It doesn't say it was denied it says accepted

KarenM90
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My husband did the stimulus registration but we didn't need to because we did 2019 taxes and with direct deposit is that going to mess up us getting direct deposit now

If it wasn't rejected, but the information is the same as the original return, you should be good to go.  

 

As MinhT1 pointed out, based on the information we have received, IRS plans to use the 2019 tax return information if filed and available.

 

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Trotterjc
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My husband did the stimulus registration but we didn't need to because we did 2019 taxes and with direct deposit is that going to mess up us getting direct deposit now

The same thing happened to me will it for sure not mess up our stimulus? It is the same info as the 2019 return. And ours says the IRS accepted it

DMarkM1
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My husband did the stimulus registration but we didn't need to because we did 2019 taxes and with direct deposit is that going to mess up us getting direct deposit now

IRS has published it will use the 2019 tax return information.  If information is duplicated elsewhere, that should not be an issue.  

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