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joanpnt13
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When the IRS has taken the amount owed on my Federal taxes out of my checking account, can I assume the case is complete and closed?

has my Federal IRS 2018 case closed? They deducted the amount I owed out of my checking account that I gave them. This was done 2 days I e-filed.

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MinhT
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When the IRS has taken the amount owed on my Federal taxes out of my checking account, can I assume the case is complete and closed?

The fact that the IRS has withdrawn the amount of tax due from your bank account means that your e-filed return has been received and accepted by the IRS as conforming to the preliminary checks for e-filing.

This does not necessarily mean that your return will not be reviewed or audited at a later date.

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MinhT
Expert Alumni

When the IRS has taken the amount owed on my Federal taxes out of my checking account, can I assume the case is complete and closed?

The fact that the IRS has withdrawn the amount of tax due from your bank account means that your e-filed return has been received and accepted by the IRS as conforming to the preliminary checks for e-filing.

This does not necessarily mean that your return will not be reviewed or audited at a later date.

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"
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