What is a Cycle Date?

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    What is a Cycle Date on my Transcripts?

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    Veronika Greenwell
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    A cycle date is an 8 digit number found on your return transcripts. This date indicates the 4 digit tax year, two digit processing week, and two digit processing day of your return. IRS weeks run as follows

    01 = Friday – Daily Account
    02 = Monday – Daily Account
    03 = Tuesday – Daily Account
    04 = Wednesday – Daily Account
    05 = Thursday – Weekly Account

    A cycle code of 20170505, for example, would mean your return was processed as of the 5th day of the 5th week of 2017. In real dates that would equal to February 2nd, 2017.

    The Cycle Code date is the date your return generated into the IRS system.

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