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Where’s my Refund? Updates Calendar for 2022 IRS Transcript and the Where’s My Refund? Updates Calendars! Tuesday Transcript Updates – Daily accounts are processed Friday, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Tax returns that follow Daily processing will see transcripts update on Tuesdays mornings. Wednesday WMR Major Updates – Daily accounts are processed Friday, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.…

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The Internal Revenue Service has improved its identity verification and sign-in process to enable more people to securely access and use IRS online tools and applications. Taxpayers using the new mobile-friendly verification procedure can gain entry to existing IRS online services such as the Child Tax Credit Update Portal Online Account Get Transcript Online Get…

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We’ve based these timelines on historical data noting that most refunds will be issued by the IRS in less than 21 days after the return has been accepted. Certain things can affect the timing of your refund, including:   How you sent your return – Sending your return electronically allows the IRS to process it faster than if you mail…

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The last thing you want to do is frantically run up to your boss asking “How many allowances do I claim on my W-4?”. Being aware of the number of allowances you are claiming on a Form W-4 [Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate]  is important for a variety of reasons. Most importantly, the number of allowances you claim on a…

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Unemployment benefits saved a lot of American households this past year. Furloughs and lay-offs were at an all-time high due to the pandemic, leaving many without a lot of options. However, unemployment comes with taxes that few people understand, or know about. Whether you’re considering applying for unemployment, or have already started utilizing these benefits, you should…

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The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department announced today that millions of American families will soon receive their advance Child Tax Credit (CTC) payment for the month of November. Low-income families who are not getting payments and have not filed a tax return can still get one, but they must sign up on IRS.gov…

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The year 2020 is going to go down in the history books for a lot of reasons, and one of them is the enormous increase in the number of math errors that taxpayers made on their tax returns. The result has been unfortunate delays in refund checks being mailed out. If you filed on time…

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The Internal Revenue Service today encouraged taxpayers, including those who received stimulus payments or advance Child Tax Credit payments, to take important steps this fall to help themselves file their federal tax returns in 2022. Planning ahead can help people file an accurate return and avoid processing delays that can slow tax refunds. This is…

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The Internal Revenue Service today updated frequently-asked-questions (FAQs) for the 2021 Child Tax Credit and Advance Child Tax Credit Payments to describe how taxpayers can now provide the IRS an estimate of your 2021 income using the Child Tax Credit Update Portal (CTC UP). These FAQs update the Advance Child Tax Credit Topic A FAQs by adding a new question,…

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