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KentV
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Blank Date of Withdrawal on Direct Debit payment -- Desktop app

I E-filed my federal return yesterday and used the Direct Debit option for the tax payment (desktop app). For the date of payment, I used yesterday's date for what I thought would be an immediate payment.  Both the Filing Instructions and Return Summary show that I elected the Direct Debit, but the Date of Withdrawal is blank:

Your return shows you have selected to [ay your balance due of

$$$$$.$$ by Direct Debit using the following information:
 - Amount Withdrawn:       $$$$$.$$

 - Date of Withdrawal:     

 

I also don't see where the debit posted to my bank account. Where else can I check if this went through or not? My first thought was to just pay again with a check, but then I would have to wait for a refund for the potential double payment -- assuming the IRS even notices; that may take months, and the amount is large enough that paying twice, if that's the case, would be painful.

Any ideas?

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KentV
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Blank Date of Withdrawal on Direct Debit payment -- Desktop app

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PaulaM
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Blank Date of Withdrawal on Direct Debit payment -- Desktop app

Save your tax return with all the worksheets, then look for a document called Federal Information Worksheet. This will have the date of direct debit. If you didn't choose a date then the default date of 4/15/24 will be used. 

 

Even if you selected today's date its not necessarily immediately withdrawn, the IRS will need to process your return. 

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