IRS does have a Taxpayer Advocate and if this is causing you harm, such as not being able to pay the electric bill, pay rent or provide food or other basic necessities, they can see what they can do to speed up this process.
"The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is your voice at the IRS. We ensure you are treated fairly, and know and understand your rights. If you are having tax problems and have not been able to resolve them with the IRS, you may be eligible for free TAS help. We know this process can be confusing, but the worst thing you can do is nothing at all!"
Click on this Link below, and then the State you are in, and it will give a Taxpayer Advocate phone number and address of someone in your state that can help you. It will still take some time to get the refund, however, they may be able to reduce the number of days.
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