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If my return was accepted 02/01/2024.. when will I receive my refund?

The IRS says most refunds are paid within 21 days.  Only the IRS can tell you.  

IRS Where's my refund     

https://www.irs.gov/refunds

If my return was accepted 02/01/2024.. when will I receive my refund?

I filed 1/29 and the IRS refund status still is, "We apologize, but your return processing has been delayed beyond the normal timeframe."

It seems that returns filed early get delayed. I'll never do that again.

If my return was accepted 02/01/2024.. when will I receive my refund?

I know.  I efiled on Sun 2/18 and got my state right away on Wednesday 2/21  and Federal on Friday 2/23.  Less than 1 week!

If my return was accepted 02/01/2024.. when will I receive my refund?

We often advise users to wait and not file the very second they can-----sometimes it is counterproductive and results in delays.

 

The IRS is getting more and more vigilant to prevent identity theft and fraud.   Last year in 2023 they flagged over a million returns for fraud by early March.   People who file very early in the season are sometimes scrutinized more.  Do not take it personally.   TurboTax does not get any information from the IRS after they accept your return, so no one at TT knows that your refund is delayed or why.  All you can do is wait for the IRS to finish processing your return.  Watch the refund site.  If the IRS wants more information from you they will request it.If they want you to verify your identity, you must follow the IRS’s instructions in order to do that.   In many cases they will send you a letter—and you will have to wait for that letter.

**Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to offer the most correct information possible. The poster disclaims any legal responsibility for the accuracy of the information that is contained in this post.**
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