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The IRS Modernized e-file, the system that processes electronically-filed business returns, will shut down after December 27, 2018, so the agency can perform annual maintenance and to enable the IRS to reprogram the system for the upcoming 2019 tax-filing season.  The Internal Revenue Service reminds people, including those in disaster areas, who want to file…

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Where’s My Refund?  is an IRS online tool you can use to check the status of your tax return within 24 hours after the Internal Revenue Service has received your e-filed tax return or four weeks after you mail a paper tax return. Where’s My Refund Updates Weekly Where’s My Refund? major updates and status…

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Where’s My Refund “being processed” refund status If you are seeing this refund status “being processed” refund status. Your return is 1-2 cycle weeks from being complete and if you check your transcripts you are just waiting for your 846 Refund Issued code to post to your Account Transcripts. This message means the IRS has…

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With millions of tax refunds being processed, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers they can get fast answers about their refund by using the “Where’s My Refund?” tool available on IRS.gov and through the IRS2Go app.   More than 70 percent of taxpayers will receive a refund this year. The Internal Revenue Service issues nine out of…

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Even without a government shutdown, taxpayers are having trouble getting through to the IRS at the start of the 2018 tax filing season. Busy signals and long hold times are leading to frustration. We’ve even heard of waits of longer than an hour on the “hotline” for tax practitioners.   What’s more, the situation probably…

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The Internal Revenue Service today announced steep declines in tax-related identity theft in 2017, attributing the success to the Security Summit initiatives that help safeguard the nation’s taxpayers. Key indicators of identity theft dropped for the second year in a row in 2017. This includes a 40 percent decline in taxpayers reporting they are victims…

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The IRS mails millions of letters to taxpayers every year for many reasons. Here are seven simple suggestions on how individuals can handle a letter or notice from the IRS:   1. Don’t panic. Simply responding will take care of most IRS letters and notices.  2. Read the entire letter carefully. If you don’t fully understand your…

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