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The IRS launches a new Where’s my Refund? Status message in 2022 to inform taxpayers of tax return processing delays. The IRS issue most tax refunds in less than 21 calendar days. However, it’s possible your tax return may require additional review and take longer to process. What is “We apologize, but your tax return…

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Filed your taxes and expecting a refund? Here’s how to check the status and how long you may have to wait. So, you’ve been proactive and turned in your tax return already or are planning to do so shortly. How do you check the status of your refund? The IRS has a “Where’s My Refund” page on its website…

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When you check your tax refund status at IRS.gov or on the IRS2GO app you may get a refund status from the IRS Where’s My Refund? site telling you “We are sorry, we cannot provide any information about your refund.” There may be something wrong with the tax return you filed and the information on…

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If a legally enforceable debt is reported to the Treasury Offset Program, the IRS intercepts the tax refund to pay the debt or obligation. For married couples that file joint returns, a debt reported under either Social Security number triggers an offset. If all or part of your portion of the refund was offset or…

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You may have submitted your tax return form weeks ago and you still do not have it in your bank account. Read on to learn about tracking your income tax return status and more. How Long Do I Have to Wait For My Refund? IRS usually has a 21-calendar-day policy in issuing refunds. However, this may take…

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Jan 16

Refund Status

What does your Tax Refund Status look like today!  Have you submitted your Income Tax Return to the IRS to be E-Filed? Now the waiting game begins to see if we get approved for a refund or not. We’re gonna show you a little bit of information about how the “Where’s My Refund” Refund Status…

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What does my Tax Refund Status Mean? Return Received/Accepted: This simply means that the government has received your e-filed tax return. If you’re getting a refund, the next step is for the government to approve your refund before they can release it to you. What this means for you: Your return has been submitted to…

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