what if i entered the wrong address on my tax return

ok so i entered the wrong bank account information on my tax return also i entered the incorrect address what can i do?
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    If your return has already been filed and accepted you cannot change your bank account information, your deposit will be rejected by your bank and then the IRS will automatically switch you to a check.  For your address you would need to send in a change of address form (8822).  You can fill out the form within TurboTax and then mail it in

    - Federal Taxes tab
    - Other Tax Situations
    - Under Other Tax Forms
    - Miscellaneous Tax Forms – click Start
    - Report a change of address to the IRS - click Start

    Or you can fill out the form, see the following
    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8822.pdf

    Another option is to call the IRS and see if they can at least change your address on your return. You can call the IRS at (800) 829-1040, Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. your local time  - (To get a live person the following may work - press the # key until it states they will connect you with a live representative)
    • I JUST realized I entered the wrong bank account number because i left out a number on accident and according to the IRS website my money was deposited did yours say that too? did you get it figured out??
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    christina898:  If your bank account information was wrong then once your bank rejects the deposit the IRS (& State if any) will automatically switch you to receiving a check, the check can take 3 to 4 weeks to receive and is sent to the address on your return. You can call the IRS to see if they would give you information on when your checked was mailed, you can call the IRS  at (800) 829-1040, Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. your local time  - (To get a live person the following may work - press the # key until it states they will connect you with a live representative)

    You can also call your bank to see when they rejected the deposit.
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      What happens if you put the wrong address on the tax return and someone else lives at that address? Will it mess up your return?
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