checked transcript yesterday got 846 ddd 2/26
check WMR today it updated to show if I don't receive funds by 3/2 I should call
Also there is a blurb about maybe be partial or completely reduced to pay past due obligations.... tax topic 203
Honestly can't think of ANYTHING that would be holding our refund. All student loans are up to date, file taxes yearly...
The return transcript does NOT show any reduction. the amount next to 846 was exactly what I expected it to be.
@brookie32784 my cycle code is 20200705 3/2/2020 but I have code 570 3/3/20 and 971 3/9/20 I called the IRS yesterday and the gentleman said it's just a hold and he doesn't see any offsets. Do I'm as confused as ever. I'm assuming I'm waiting on a letter from the irs
I just looked at my transcript from last year and it’s almost identical to this year. 3/11 was my processing date. I received two letters that stated additional 60 day review and did not receive my return until 6/24. Hoping for better results this year. Never have I had these issues in the past. Got to love what this administration has done to those of us who really need it. Such a shame when amazon can get there millions back in no time but us little people are stuck waiting. Smh.
It has nothing to do with "this" administration. PATH has been the law since 2018.
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the PATH Act), was enacted on December 18, 2015.
I filed my return on 02/01 it was marked received and accepted same day. 22 days later I find out thru much frustration that the IRS most likely will either hold my return hostage until March or audit me. Had I known this fact before I filed I would have filed a week later. So dont believe the estimated refund date it's a sham
E-filed with EIC using TT on 1/30
Return accepted by IRS 1/30
Received "We have received your return and it is being processed" message on WMR on 2/15.
WMR message updated this morning(2/22) with DDD of 2/26.
If you claimed EIC and ACTC 2 22 20 is the first date it's will inform about refund staus. If no issues irs says March 2nd could be sooner or later everyone's tax situation is different. Spend wisely take care of needs first then splurge enjoy hope this helps