Your direct deposit or banking information is entered into the return in the E-file section of the account.
When you are ready to e-file, you will start by selecting "E-file" from the navigation bar. As part of the e-file process, you will be able to answer the questions regarding how you want to receive your refund or pay your amount due. Refund options include the ability to have your federal and/or state refund(s) deposited into your bank account. If you choose this option, you will be prompted to enter the bank name, the routing number, and account number of the account into which you would like to have your refund directly deposited.
What refund options are available to me?
For a list of available refund options, see our article.
We do not, at any point, handle money involved in refunds. Direct deposits are sent from the IRS and/or state agency directly to the bank account that is indicated at the time of e-file. At no point do we receive refunds or participate in the refund process.
What if I owe?
If you owe funds to the federal government and/or state agency, you can elect to have your payment withdrawn from your account as well. This is done by also providing the account information you want the funds deducted from, and choosing to have your payment(s) "electronically withdrawn" instead of "mail payment".