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deames59
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Don't I have to send the IRS my 1098'S and my 1099?

I had e-filed my returns and both were rejected because the routing number was wrong. I corrected it and refiled, but still get told they are rejected. I just read where if rejected, for that reason, the IRS will send a paper check to my home address. But does't the IRS need to see my 1098's and 1099, or is a copy of these sent directly to them?  

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WillK
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Don't I have to send the IRS my 1098'S and my 1099?

A copy of the tax documents is sent to the IRS as well so if you e-file you do not need to send these in. You are able to remove the direct deposit information form your return and select a check to be mailed (that should resolve your issue with the rejection). 

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WillK
Level 9

Don't I have to send the IRS my 1098'S and my 1099?

A copy of the tax documents is sent to the IRS as well so if you e-file you do not need to send these in. You are able to remove the direct deposit information form your return and select a check to be mailed (that should resolve your issue with the rejection). 

**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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