Updated May 11, 2021.
STCU member discount from TurboTax!
May 17 is almost here. Have you filed your taxes yet?
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tax Day was extended from April 15 to May 17. That doesn't mean, however, that it's been any easier filing our taxes before the deadline!
Don't forget: you can still file online with TurboTax and get up to $15 off on federal tax returns.
If you're expecting a tax refund, you'll need your 10-digit STCU checking or saving account number — and the STCU nine-digit routing number (325182700) — for direct deposit from the IRS. If you're paying taxes, these account numbers may also be used for Direct Pay to the IRS from your STCU accounts. Direct Pay is free and available until 8:45 p.m. daily.
Locate your STCU tax statements.
Retrieve your 2020 tax statement from STCU by logging into STCU online banking and opening the "Self-service > Access my statements > Taxes" page. If your statement is not yet available, check back at the end of January 2021.
Track your tax refund: Check to see if your tax refund is already on the way! Log into STCU's online banking and open the "Self-service > View pending direct deposits" page to view any deposits the IRS or others have scheduled for you.
For help with your taxes, consider these options:
- Visit the IRS Free File website. You might even be able to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit if you didn't get a full economic impact stimulus payment.
- Visit the Free File Alliance website, with a list of all the organizations, including TurboTax, that have signed up as partners with the IRS to provide taxpayers a no-cost alternative to filing taxes.
According to the IRS, most people who earned under $72,000 in 2020 can file a federal tax return online for free. Consult your tax adviser.