We received an IRS check made out to my husband and myself. We want to deposit it into my account. How does my husband sign it over? Thanks.
It depends on the bank and your account situation.
If you have a joint account, you can both sign and deposit yourself most of the time.
If you don't have a joint account, I would both go into a branch with ID and ask what the procedure is they follow. Do not sign the check ahead of time, just both go into the bank.
If it is impossible for you both to get to a single branch call and ask for a branch manager. Explain the situation and how you can get the check cashed. Do what they say and go into the branch when you are sure that branch manager is working. If a teller gives you a hard time, ask for the branch manager.
Following that procedure is your best bet.
We received an IRS check made out to my husband and myself. We want to deposit it into my account. How does my husband sign it over?
This method has worked for decades. Both people have to sign the check on the back. This is required because the check says "AND". If the check said "OR" only one would be required to sign it.
The check can be deposited into an account that is controlled by either person. It can be an individual account, or a joint account. The deposit can be in person, by ATM, or by web deposit, assuming you have enabled those options.
This is a standard occurrence. I have used it with checks from businesses or from family members.