When I filed my taxes (paper, old fashioned way) I gave them my checking account info so I could have it direct deposited. Since I filed my bank closed my checking account without telling me because I had a zero balance for so long. I tried to have them reopen it but they refuse to do that until I can go in in person and sign papers in person. The problem with that is we now live 1600 miles away from that bank, I've been a customer there for 9 years so I kept the account when we moved, I do everything online anyways.
So anyways, what happens now? Will the IRS try to deposit it and when not able to just send a check? Do I need to contact them and inform them to send it by check now? Am I SOL and going to lose my return all together? Help!
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