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The Taxpayer Roadmap – An Illustration of the Modern United States Tax System The map below illustrates, at a very high level, the stages of a taxpayer’s journey, from getting answers to tax law questions, all the way through audits, appeals, collection, and litigation. It shows the complexity of tax administration, with its connections and…

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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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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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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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When filing tax returns, the second question everyone asks is “How long does it take to get my tax refund back?” Of course, the first question everyone asks is “How much is my refund?” Tax Refund Direct Deposit versus Mail If you want to get your refund faster, opt for the direct deposit route. Not…

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