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Refund to my bank from Tax Products PE1SBTPG Llc 210630

I was expecting a refund from IRS of $6,067; Instead I got refund of $2,483.25 from Tax Products PE1SBTPG Llc deposited to my bank.  What's going on?  Someone help me.

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Level 15

Refund to my bank from Tax Products PE1SBTPG Llc 210630

Did you enter  ALL of the stimulus money that you had already received correctly in the recovery rebate credit section when you prepared your 2020 return?  The IRS cross checks and if you did not enter all of the money you received, they recalculate your refund.




There can be a number of reasons why your refund was less than the amount you expected. First of all, look carefully at your actual tax returns.  There is sometimes confusion about the amount of refund to expect when users misinterpret the “summary” they saw in TurboTax. The amount of your refund is on your tax return.  Federal refund is on line 34 on Form 1040  State tax forms are all different so we cannot tell you what line to look at on your state form.  BUT it is important to actually LOOK at your tax return forms yourself and see the amounts of your tax refunds and/or tax due.  A lot of confusion would be avoided by doing that.


TurboTax does not receive feedback from the IRS regarding money that was offset from your refund.  If you owed back taxes, child support, student loan debt, etc. you will receive a letter of explanation from the IRS in several weeks.  The WMR site will contain a message regarding your offset.  It is also possible that the IRS caught a mistake you made and reduced your refund. 


A possible reason for the reduction could be that the recovery rebate credit was completed incorrectly and you may have entered the amount of stimulus already received wrong, which could have reduced the refund you thought you were seeing.



 It is also possible that your state reduced your refund for debts owed in your state—if the state reduced your state refund you will receive a letter from the state.

 IRS Treasury Offset Program Call Center at 1-800-304-3107


Be aware also that your Federal refund and state refund do NOT come together.  Federal and state tax returns are processed by two completely separate entities.  There is no rule as to which one will come first,


Did you choose to have TT fees deducted from your Federal refund?  (Remember that if you did that, you also agreed to an extra refund processing fee of $39.99)

How can I see my TurboTax  fees?


Reduced Refund



 NOTE: You can contact the IRS Treasury Offset Program Call Center at 1-800-304-3107 to ask if they have an offset for you on file. TurboTax would not have that information.

**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.**
Returning Member

Refund to my bank from Tax Products PE1SBTPG Llc 210630

Thanks for your timely reply.  I entered all stimulus money received from the IRS for 2020 on line 30.  Line 34 shows my refund to be $6067.  I have not received any correspondence from IRS explaining difference.  I prepared my own return for 2020 using a turbo tax program as I have for many years.   What should be my next move?  My current plan is to call [phone number removed].

Level 15

Refund to my bank from Tax Products PE1SBTPG Llc 210630

Wait, the Stimulus payments you already got were on line 30?  That is wrong.  Line 30 is if you didn't get them or you qualify for more.  If they are on line 30 you tried to claim them again.  

Returning Member

Refund to my bank from Tax Products PE1SBTPG Llc 210630

Wow, You have resolved the issue.  Thank you

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