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Every year, the I.R.S. works a large batch of resequenced tax returns also known as ”unpostable” tax returns. These returns have problems where the computer-encoded copy of a taxpayer’s return is rejected by the service’s central computer, often because of an error in recording a taxpayer’s name or Social Security number. The IRS advises taxpayers…

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No matter how hard you try to safeguard personal information, there is still a chance that someone could steal or otherwise misuse your dependent’s Social Security number. Often, the use of another taxpayer’s Social Security number is a mistake resulting from another filer transposing the numbers during filing, but it can also be the result…

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Congratulations, Wednesday, January 24 marks the First day for movement on some taxpayers accounts in the 2018 tax filing season. Many taxpayers woke up this morning with a change to their refund status. If your refund status updated to this messages this morning. Your tax return has been acknowledged by the IRS. Once your tax…

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Congratulations! Accepted means your e-filed tax return has passed the initial inspection (Social Security numbers are correct, dependents haven’t already been claimed, etc.) and the government has your tax return. Consider acceptance as your official government delivery receipt. Turbo Tax Users H&R Block Users Does “accepted” mean my refund is approved? No – accepted means your tax return is now…

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If your student loans are in default, you’re probably worried about your tax refund. Will the student loan lenders take it? First, let’s set the record straight on private loans. Private student loan companies can’t take your tax refund. The lender may be able to take money from your bank account, but that’s only if they’ve sued…

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Now that tax season is here, consumers are looking for a reliable, easy way to file their taxes. Why not use an online tax service? These services allow you to easily and safely file your taxes online from the convenience of your own home. And the best part is they can cost much less than…

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The Internal Revenue Service announced today that the nation’s tax season will begin Monday, Jan. 29, 2018 and reminded taxpayers claiming certain tax credits that refunds won’t be available before late February. The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on Jan. 29, with nearly 155 million individual tax returns expected to be filed in 2018.…

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The Internal Revenue Service today advised taxpayers about steps they can take now to ensure smooth processing of their 2017 tax return and avoid a delay in getting their refund next year. This is the first in a series of reminders to help taxpayers get ready for the upcoming tax filing season. Gather Documents The…

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