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I’m not really sure where to find the answers to this so I figured I would ask here. My husband and I filed jointly for the first time this year. I gave my Higher One account (its the account that my school creates for school refunds for students) for the money to be dd to. I found out yesterday that even though I can have irs refunds deposited to my account, it can only be my refund and not my husbands. After doing research into this, I found that the last names have to match in order for both mine and his refund to be deposited into the account. I am a little confused because I am not sure if the irs splits up the names for what amount goes to which person when it is deposited or if the whole thing will be rejected. What should I do in the case that part or all of it is rejected and sent back to the irs?
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