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mayling850
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Still no refund,I filed February 1 and its march 8 and still saying possessing!

 
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LisaJLO
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Still no refund,I filed February 1 and its march 8 and still saying possessing!

It may take longer for some returns to be processed. The following FAQ explains the reasons a refund may be delayed. 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302084

You may also contact the IRS through this link:

https://www.irs.gov/refunds

Nikki1
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Still no refund,I filed February 1 and its march 8 and still saying possessing!

I filed February 4th and mine still says processing and it's March 15th and it still says processing and then it's under a 45-day review which means IRS gave all them tax breaks they probably don't have the money cuz they put a lot of people on the 45-day hold and I've never had any problems and I don't owe any money and my tax returns I've always went through right away so this has to do something with they don't have the funds and they're putting all these people on a 45-day hold and just to catch their asses up on the money tip
Nikki1
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Still no refund,I filed February 1 and its march 8 and still saying possessing!

Just for the few people I hang with and no and Bradenton I've already heard like 40 people are on hold just in my community and that's just from people saying mine still on hold and there's a lot more people and you just normal people who didn't f****** do nothing wrong so it has to do with something Shady
Nikki1
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Still no refund,I filed February 1 and its march 8 and still saying possessing!

None of this ever happened before with so many thousands of people being on this 45-day hold so they call it and it still says processing until Trump gave them tax breaks
MelissaLO
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Still no refund,I filed February 1 and its march 8 and still saying possessing!

Once the IRS takes a deeper look, they will (hopefully) quickly approve your refund. For more details on their process, see: Does "accepted" mean my refund is approved?  During the review process, they look for math errors on your return (extremely rare in TurboTax) and they also check if you owe back taxes, unpaid child support, or other debts.

If they need to make any corrections, they may offset (reduce)your refund. In some cases, the correction might even increase your refund.

Once that part's done, the government approves your refund, which means it's ready to be deposited or sent.

It can take up to 21 calendar days after acceptance for the IRS to issue your refund, although most refunds go more quickly than that, while a small handful may take a bit longer.

Please see below for more details.

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4678184

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4689484



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