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Can somebody help me what I did wrong with my taxes and says it's gonna accepted but I don't understand why it's still being processed so I don't know if I did something.

I don't it's not showing I didn't think wrong so I don't know what I did wrong can somebody help me figure out what I did wrong It says that the Irs accepted it but it's still being processed so what does that mean
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Can somebody help me what I did wrong with my taxes and says it's gonna accepted but I don't understand why it's still being processed so I don't know if I did something.

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https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/2840013-does-accepted-mean-my-refund-is-approved

 

 

TurboTax gives you an estimated date for receiving your refund based on a 21 day average from your date of acceptance, but it can take longer.  “21 days”  is not a promise from TurboTax or the IRS. 

 

 

 

First, check your e-file status to see if your return was accepted: 

https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/efile-status-lookup/

 

Once your federal return has been accepted by the IRS, only the IRS has any control.  TurboTax does not receive any updates from the IRS. Your ONLY source of information about your refund now is the IRS.

 

You need your filing status, your Social Security number and the exact amount  (line 35a of your 2022 Form 1040) of your federal refund to track your Federal refund:   

https://www.irs.gov/refunds

To track your state refund:    

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1899433-how-do-i-track-my-state-refund

 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901548-why-do-some-refunds-take-longer-than-others

If you chose to have your TurboTax fees deducted from your federal refund, that will take some extra time, while the third party bank handles the refund processing.

https://www.irs.gov/refunds/tax-season-refund-frequently-asked-questions

 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/2724106-my-return-is-accepted-but-still-not-approved-is-there-a-pr...

**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.**

Can somebody help me what I did wrong with my taxes and says it's gonna accepted but I don't understand why it's still being processed so I don't know if I did something.

Approval is not instantaneous.

"in progress" means IRS is still looking at it.

 

@satarahankins02- 

Can somebody help me what I did wrong with my taxes and says it's gonna accepted but I don't understand why it's still being processed so I don't know if I did something.

Does "accepted" mean my refund is approved?

Not yet. Accepted means your tax return is now in the government's hands and has passed the initial inspection (your verification info is correct, dependents haven't already been claimed by someone else, etc.).

After acceptance, the next step is for the government to approve your refund.

First they look for things like back taxes and unpaid child support. If they find any debts, they'll offset (reduce) your refund to cover the outstanding amount. Once they are satisfied that you have no outstanding debts, they will approve and then issue your refund.

Think of the e-filing/refund process along the lines of applying for a job; although the employer (government tax agency) has received (accepted) your job application, they still have to review (approve) your application before they grant you an interview (refund).

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