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sam16the
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The account where they give me the option of deposit the refund has 4 extra digits.

 
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CalCountry
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The account where they give me the option of deposit the refund has 4 extra digits.

If you are trying to enter your bank account number into TurboTax for the account into which your refund should be deposited, which one has more digits . . .(1) Your account number, or (2) the TurboTax entry spaces?

(1) If your account number seems too long, the extra four digits are probably a specific check number, which shouldn't be included in the entry to TurboTax.  You should contact your bank to verify your account number.
   -or-
(2) If the TurboTax entry has too many spaces, that's okay.   Enter your account number starting with the leftmost space and ignore any additional spaces in the TurboTax entry area.

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CalCountry
Level 6

The account where they give me the option of deposit the refund has 4 extra digits.

If you are trying to enter your bank account number into TurboTax for the account into which your refund should be deposited, which one has more digits . . .(1) Your account number, or (2) the TurboTax entry spaces?

(1) If your account number seems too long, the extra four digits are probably a specific check number, which shouldn't be included in the entry to TurboTax.  You should contact your bank to verify your account number.
   -or-
(2) If the TurboTax entry has too many spaces, that's okay.   Enter your account number starting with the leftmost space and ignore any additional spaces in the TurboTax entry area.

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