Approximately 90% of tax payers will receive their refunds in less than 21 days from the day their tax return was accepted by the IRS. Most people who filed a complete and accurate tax return receive their refund in an average of 10-14 days.
Path Act: The IRS is required by law to hold all tax refunds for taxpayers who claim Earned Income Tax Credits and Additional Child Tax credit until at least Feb. 15. If you claim one of the two tax credits listed here your tax return will not begin processing until after February 15. Keep in mind it can still take a week to receive the refund after the IRS releases it. So some people who file early may experience delays while awaiting their refund. Refunds should be processed normally after February 15th.
Note: New identity theft protections and anti-fraud measures may hold up some refunds, as some tax returns may be held for further review.
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