Having a bank account certainly makes things easier—especially if you need your tax refund as quickly as possible.
If you don't have a bank account, select your situation to explore other options that may work for you.
If you're getting a refund, but don't have bank account in which to direct-deposit it, you can:
The IRS accepts money orders and credit cards to pay taxes due. Explore all IRS tax payment options.
We'll let you know what kinds of payment options your state accepts when you get ready to file your state return. You can also contact your state's Department of Revenue for specifics.
If you don't have a bank account, you can pay your TurboTax fees with a U.S.-based credit or pre-paid debit card.
We're unable to accept checks, money orders, or cash as payment.
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