The full routing number and last 4 digits of the account number appear on the form called Financial Transaction Summary.
For direct deposits, the full routing number and full account number appear on Page 2 of the 1040.
For direct debits, the full routing number and full account number appear on the form(s) called e-file Payment Record.
We just switched from Ultra Tax and they had a form that you could print that was just the banking information for dd or for efw. The customer could sign to verify that it was their current account. The FinTrans Summary will do.
bad is an understatement. first time in my 30 year career did I not only not get every extension filed, it was over 50 of them, I was up for 36 hour on the last two days and what I find out, by accident, is when they converted my ProSeries data the file structure, not the data was corrupted so the program constantly shut down on me or took several minutes to process and over 10 minutes to attempt to eFile. I was so tired and so afraid I killed my tax practice I was within moments of killing myself... thank Mr Jack Daniels for talking me out of it.
the sales rep told me I was the only person ever to have been given a 100% refund.
If anyone know someone using Ultra Sux, warn them . And now back to my happy Lacerte life... 🙂
Yes, however, I copy\paste the info from the financial summary into an instruction for my client to sign, which requires me to copy\paste the info about the tax due or refund from the financial summary and copy\paste the bank info from the eFile instruction.
Thank you for your comment though.