What? It does not ever ask you when you want your tax refunded. But it can ask when you want the IRS to take money OUT of your bank account to pay tax you owe.
If you entered a bank account for a direct debit that means the IRS is going to take that out of your bank account.
It sounds like you chose April 15 as the date to take out the money--tax filing deadline day.
You must have confused a "tax due" amount with a tax refund. Please LOOK at your actual tax Form 1040. Print it and look at line 23---does it show tax due? That means you owe and said you will pay on April 15, 2020 so make sure enough money is in your account that day.
A tax refund would be shown on line 20.
@iliketoeattacos If you are referring to taxes due to the IRS, cancellation requests must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. ET two business days prior to the scheduled payment date. For more information on how to stop an automatic payment, please click the link below.
Please also see the links below:
To verify this information you choose and the date, please follow these steps to print or view your TurboTax Electronic Filing Instructions Page. The banking and withdrawal information can also be printed/viewed on your Federal Information Worksheet Part V, and the State Information Worksheet, Part VI.
Follow these steps to view/print your instruction page:
· Sign back into your TurboTax online account
· Scroll down and click "Add a State" (This is just a way to get you back into your tax return)
· Next select "Tax Tools" (left column) and then "Print Center"
· Select "Print, save, or preview this year's return"
· Check the boxes for your Federal and State returns (this will open further options)
· Choose to include the government and TurboTax worksheets
· Then click "View or Print Forms".
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