how soon can we file our taxes after the new year??

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    If IRS doesn't open their efile until Jan 22nd and one files today, how long after the 22nd would one's refund be deposited?
    • The IRS has stated that they are trying to get the refund out within 21 days after it has been accepted at the IRS.
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    The IRS is stating that most refunds will be deposited within 21 days of your return being accepted (they are not issuing a Refund Cycle Chart this tax season)

    See What to Expect for Refunds in 2013
    http://www.irs.gov/Refunds/What-to-Expect-for-Refunds-in-2013
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      I'm glad I read this, I assumed they were accepting returns Jan 1st. Not sure why they aren't ready on the 1st but looks like into February we wait..
      • Does the term "fiscal cliff" mean anything to you ? Don't worry, if not you are with millions of other Americans.
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