possible to have tax refund check sent to addresses other than home address?

Is it possible to have tax refund checks, both Fed and state, sent to addresses other than the home address? I believe my last refund check was stolen.

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On Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 10:40:01 PM UTC-7, Oumati Asami wrote:

I think a simpler solution would be to take advantage of federal and state direct deposit options for refunds. It's faster and you don't have to worry about physical mail. Federal tax refunds have this option. I would guess most states do as well. California certainly does.
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The federal form and most state forms let you give the number of a bank account so they can make a direct deposit. That's what I do.
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On 8/8/19 10:38 PM, Oumati Asami wrote:

If you don't have a bank account as mentioned by the other two replies, you can buy a prepaid debit card. You will get a bank routing code and account number that you can use on your tax return for direct deposit. I usually recommend the Bluebird card which is a joint venture of American Express and Walmart. There are no charges to obtain the card if you do it online and there are no fees for having the card. You can also obtain cash at over 24000 ATMs without a withdrawal fee.
https://www.bluebird.com
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On Friday, August 9, 2019 at 1:40:01 AM UTC-4, Oumati Asami wrote:

Your tax refund will come to the same address that you have on your return. If you are needing to update your address please see the link below on how to do so with the IRS: https://www.irs.gov/help-resources/tools-faqs/faqs-for-individuals/frequently-asked-tax-questions-an ...
If your address incorrect because you have moved, then you can complete a forward request with your local post office. Please see the link below on how to do so online: https://www.usa.gov/post-office
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