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CORONAVIRUS AND TAXES

How to update your address or bank account information to make sure you get your Stimulus check

Your stimulus check will be sent to the address or bank direct deposit account on your most recent tax return (either 2018 or 2019).

If you've moved and need to update your address, you have two options: 

Option 1: Give the IRS your bank direct deposit information

The IRS is going to create a website so you can provide your banking information to receive your payment as soon as possible.

We'll update this page with the website as soon as it's available.

Option 2: Let the IRS know that your address has changed

Complete this change of address form and mail it to the IRS at:

Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Austin, TX
73301-0023

There are instructions on page 2. If you have any questions, you can call or text us and a tax expert will assist you.

Option 3: File your 2018 or 2019 taxes

The IRS will use whatever address is on your most recent tax return. If you file your taxes, this will make sure the IRS knows where to send your stimulus check.

Here's more information about how to file taxes, or just send us a text and a tax expert can get you started.

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