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Is it possible to have Electronic Funds Withdrawal over multiple bank accounts? Married couple in the midst of divorcing - they each want to pay half of the balance due.

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For Electronic Funds Withdrawal with the tax return you can only list one bank account. The only way around it may be to do a partial withdrawal with the tax return from one account and then make the other payment on the IRS/State web site. 

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Override the 1040-V payment voucher for 1/2 the amount.  Either give both a copy and envelope or give it to one of them and use elect funds withdrawal for the other 1/2 amount.
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For Electronic Funds Withdrawal with the tax return you can only list one bank account. The only way around it may be to do a partial withdrawal with the tax return from one account and then make the other payment on the IRS/State web site. 

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Can you file them MFS?  If not, the above may be a solution, as long as the other payment is made, but how will you know? Make sure you have those Conflict of Interests on file 🙂
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