I would check with your bank. I filed on 1/31/2019. Turbo Tax said that the paperwork was accepted the 31st and that my projected refund date was 2/21/2019. That was it. No updates. Nothing ever on the IRS Where's My Refund site. Nothing. I called my bank this morning. The refund was deposited yesterday. No email-nothing. There are some pretty incompetent people pushing buttons at the IRS, in my opinion.
I filed and was accepted feb 9th haven't heard a thing since from fed or state very frustrated
I filed 1/19, I am doing the EIC and I know about the PATH and still no update on the irs.gov website. My friend filed 1/22, with the same exemptions and got her money today. I am frustrated. Anyone else?
i went in and shows me the amount but other says after i out my ss number and then they said we do not have any info for you i was likWTF sorry for my language ... what is really going on grrrrrrr.
Many people are experiencing refund delays. But, you can login to your account at the IRS to look for an explanation. The reason for the delay will depend on your circumstances. For more information, see: When will I get my IRS tax refund?
To reach the IRS:
- Create or login to your account: IRS: View Your Tax Account Information
- If all else fails, contact a local IRS taxpayer advocate.
- Contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service Online at: Taxpayer Advocate Service Contact Us.
- Topic No. 104 Taxpayer Advocate Service – Your Voice at the IRS
To verify that the return has been e-filed,
- Check for state filing status here: State Return Refund Tracking.
For more information, see: My return is accepted but still not approved. Is there a problem? Should I be worried?
@ederichviviers Call the IRS and ask them to research your refund if it has been more than 21 days since your tax return was accepted. Be sure it has been accepted. TurboTax would have sent you an email.
Also check Where’s My Refund?
To ask the IRS to research your refund, call 1-800-829-1040. Be aware. The phone lines are backed up. The IRS opens at 7 a.m. local time in every time zone. The earlier you call, the better your chance of speaking with someone.