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glmccarrell
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How long will it take and what is the approximate time

 
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SharmaineF
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How long will it take and what is the approximate time

If you are referring to receiving your refund, it usually takes within 21 days of acceptance for the IRS to release a refund. This article will provide more information on the refund process and timeline. https://blog.turbotax.intuit.com/tax-refunds/wheres-my-tax-refund-how-to-check-your-refund-status-18...

For a release date, you can track your refund with the IRS and through Santa Barbara Tax Products Group. https://taxpayer.sbtpg.com/login

https://www.irs.gov/refunds


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ModestaL
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How long will it take and what is the approximate time

Are you referring to your refund processing time?
glmccarrell
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How long will it take and what is the approximate time

Yes thank you
ModestaL
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How long will it take and what is the approximate time

Someone else answered it below but thanks!
SharmaineF
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How long will it take and what is the approximate time

If you are referring to receiving your refund, it usually takes within 21 days of acceptance for the IRS to release a refund. This article will provide more information on the refund process and timeline. https://blog.turbotax.intuit.com/tax-refunds/wheres-my-tax-refund-how-to-check-your-refund-status-18...

For a release date, you can track your refund with the IRS and through Santa Barbara Tax Products Group. https://taxpayer.sbtpg.com/login

https://www.irs.gov/refunds


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