What's the difference between direct deposit and direct debit?

Modified on Wed, 24 Jan 2024 at 04:42 PM

Direct deposit and direct debit are two of the fastest ways to send money between your bank account and the IRS. A direct deposit lets you receive money directly into your account, while direct debit lets you send money directly from your account.

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