As of right now, the stimulus package has passed the Senate but has not yet passed the House of Representatives. They are scheduled to vote on the bill today.
Please refer to the following IRS web page for updates regarding the stimulus package and how the funds will be disbursed: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus
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It looks like it has passed both the Senate and House now and Trump is set to sign the bill through soon. Hopefully those of us that used the TurboCard for our direct deposit will get some answers soon.
Well they have passed it now so we need to know if we had our 2019 taxes deposited on a turbo card is the stimulus check going on the card too or do we need to call and change it somewhere? Also will turbo card charge us fees if it goes on there because we didnt have another choice.
Because I am not getting a refund, Turbotax will not allow me to amend my federal return to add direct deposit info to facilitate Covid stimulus payments. Will the federal government use direct deposit info that was included on my 2016 return in order to make the stimulus payment?
Since the stimulus checks have been approved. I'm wondering if our Intuit Turbo debt cards can be used (the one I used used to recive my state and federal tax from turbo tax) for the direct deposit of this stimulus check?
OK TO ALL OF YOU ASKING THE SAME QUESTION .... THERE WILL BE NO TRUE ANSWER TO IT UNTIL THE IRS PUTS OUT A FAQ ON IT WHICH CAN TAKE A FEW DAYS.
THIS IS NOTHING THAT CAN BE COMPLETED OVERNIGHT DUE TO THE STAFFING ISSUES THE IRS HAS RIGHT NOW AND ALL THE "TALKING HEADS" ARE SIMPLY MAKING GUESSES BASED ON PRIOR YEAR STIMULUS CHECKS BEING DISBURSED. https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus
DO NOT EXPECT THE CHECKS TO BE SENT FOR A MONTH OR MORE AT THIS TIME ... PATIENCE WILL BE NEEDED.
To those who want to change your DD info it cannot be done so if your DD is no longer valid then make sure your address on the 2019 return (2018 if you have not filed the 2019 return yet) is correct ... if it is not then mail in a form 8822 to update your address. https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-8822