Which is better? Direct Deposit or check?

Direct deposit is the most beneficial option for receiving your tax refund. When requesting a check, you open up the possibilites of delaying refund or possibly even having your check get lost in the mail. When you choose direct deposit, the IRS deposits your tax refund directly into your bank account. Along with reliability, direct deposit is also processed much faster than having a check issued to you. The IRS deposits your refund into your bank account much quicker than mailing you your refund check.

Reasons to File Online
  • No software to purchase or install.
  • Up to date tax laws.
  • File your taxes in less than 20 minutes.
  • Get your tax refund quickly & securely!
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Already file your taxes?

Already file your taxes and want to find out where your refund is? The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has made this easy to do. It doesn't matter if you chose direct deposit, requested a check or whether or not you filed your return online. The IRS has provided a secure portal for you to find the status and where-a-bouts of your refund. Click Here to access that portal now.