the wmr always posts 6 days ahead of when you are supposed to recieve it. Because sometimes it takes the banks a few days to post and this prevent everyone bombarding the irs phone systems. If it says the 7th you should recieve it on the first unless you have delays or problems with your taxes.
I was told by my mothers accountant that if your were processed on the new system than you can expect delays! However if you received a DCN than you are processed on the old legacy system and can expect regular processing time. Too bad that if you were processed on the legacy system than you can only expect a deposite on Wensdays and Fridays.... For those that are on the new system that is why your dd dates keep changing or you are thrown further back in processing dates! Good luck to you all I know how hard it can be waiting for your money when you need it the most!
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