Rejected: 1/17 (typo of last name)
Updated to PATH message this past Saturday 2/1. I can order my transcripts and my wages are now showing on SSA website. On my transcripts As Of: 2/17/2020, Cycle: 20200505, 766 and 768 tax codes. Last year I received my refund on 2/27.
No true social security administration is way different then irs. Your wages get reported by your employer and are available before you file taxes even of you dont file taxes, you can see your wages.
Its when you see your transcripts from the IRS.
@ddenese80 yea it l gets sent to the SSA and the irs. SSA gets copies of everything incase you need w2 copies and any kind of important pay document for future use. I had to use them when I lost my 2015 w2s.
They systematically work together during tax time to match stuff. When the IRS takes over after you file it's all them and a completely different process as we all know lol.
I still can't see my transcripts yet but still have 1 bar and tax topic 152 so hoping the 5th will change all that.
What date did you get your refund last year? Was it a Friday or Wednesday? Normally everyone follows the same pattern with their cycle codes from year to year. Like mine gas always been on the 3rd Friday of February.
@Blindersgone Go to the IRS website (here’s the link: https://www.irs.gov/payments/view-your-tax-account) and create an account. Once you’ve successfully created the account, click on Transcripts>Account Transcript for 2019.
Cycle code will be listed, as well as, other important codes. I hope this helps!
@brsawyer I could never get the system to recognize my student loan account number. But, I definitely get payment reminders from Navient every single month!! LOL! For whatever reason, my student loan account number was accepted this year.
I've never had any student loans or credit cards or anything so i have no way to access them.
which sucks lol.
i hate this waiting game, i wish the IRS would consider doing things differently.
i mean the people who have children should be the first to get their refunds in my opinion.
@caron1981 I have two credit cards that I’ve had for 10 years...the system never recognizes them. It’s frustrating when you know it should work. But, I kept trying and the student loan was finally accepted.