Enjoy the biggest payday of the year up to two weeks sooner. Direct Deposit your tax refund directly to your Prepaid Visa® RushCard at no additional fee and avoid long check cashing lines.
Use your RushCard to file your next tax return and get your money faster.2 Just another reason to choose RushCard.
Whether you file your taxes yourself or work with a professional, use this checklist to stay on top of the information you'll need to keep handy.
Watch this video for a step-by-step guide on how to
have your tax refund automatically loaded to your RushCard.
In some cases, RushCard may need additional documentation to prove your identity and prevent fraudulent activity on your card account.
If RushCard does need additional documentation, we will contact you by email or phone. Make sure your email address and mobile number are up to date in your online account. You can also sign up for text3 alerts to receive notification on any pending loans.
Here are some useful resources while you wait for your tax refund to arrive.
Where's My Refund? This official IRS site is updated once every 24 hours with the latest status of your tax return.
Log in to your online account to see if your refund has been loaded onto your RushCard.
Enroll in text3 and email alerts for notifications when a load comes through in your RushCard account or when your balance changes.
You'll need the following information to load your tax refund to your RushCard. Give this information to your tax preparer or enter it yourself in your federal and state tax forms:
Yes. However, to have a tax refund loaded to your RushCard, the name on the tax return MUST match the name on the RushCard that is being used. If filing jointly, make sure the name on your RushCard is the first name listed on your tax return.
We understand that you may want to utilize your refund as soon as possible. However, there are spending and withdrawal limits. There is a $2,500 combined spending limit on all point-of-sale and ATM transactions that occur in a 24-hour period. The maximum withdrawal from an ATM in one transaction is $500 or a total of $1,500 in a 24-hour period. Some financial institutions may allow an in-bank withdrawal (also called a teller cash withdrawal). You may withdraw up to $1,500.00 per transaction with a maximum of $1,500.00 per day. Please note, there is $2.50 transaction fee associated and proof of identity is required