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How do I verify that my checking and routing number are correct?

You will need to log in and get back to the File tab, in order to view your information. If you have already filed, you can view your information by doing the following:

  • After logging back into your online account, scroll down to the section Some Things You Can Do
  • Click on Add a State (you won't really be adding a state but it will allow you to get to the File tab)
  • You will be back into your return that you completed before. Click on the File tab
  • Under this tab, next to Step 2, you can click Revisit. This will allow you to view your banking information that was entered. Make sure you selected in my bank if you wish to have direct deposit
  • *If your numbers are incorrect, you won't be able to change your information. The IRS will send a paper check if there is an issue with sending your direct deposit (ex wrong banking information)

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How do I verify that my checking and routing number are correct?

You will need to log in and get back to the File tab, in order to view your information. If you have already filed, you can view your information by doing the following:

  • After logging back into your online account, scroll down to the section Some Things You Can Do
  • Click on Add a State (you won't really be adding a state but it will allow you to get to the File tab)
  • You will be back into your return that you completed before. Click on the File tab
  • Under this tab, next to Step 2, you can click Revisit. This will allow you to view your banking information that was entered. Make sure you selected in my bank if you wish to have direct deposit
  • *If your numbers are incorrect, you won't be able to change your information. The IRS will send a paper check if there is an issue with sending your direct deposit (ex wrong banking information)

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