My cousin filed with Taxact was accepted on 1/23 and it was in her bank account this morning anyone else is the same. I went on "yahooanswers.com" and other people got a deposit to that filed with Taxact received their deposit on today. I surely wish it was me I really need it this moment...
I have read that several people have received their refunds today, as well. Personally, I don't know if it's true or not, but I figure, yay for them if they did! Why would I want to rain on someone else's parade?
I'm sorry but there is absolutely no phyiscal way that someone filed on 1/23 and got their refund today. The processing time for that would at least take 5 days. Do you really think the IRS is just sitting around waiting for someone to push the "submit" button then work overnight to get their money the day after. Not possible.
So many people on here are getting so upset over a refund. I have used TT for 4 years now and i just love to sit back and read what some people wrote. I mean I would love to have my money asap but it doesnt work like that. People act like they are gonna die if they dont get that money i see it every year, just chill out there is no reason to start arguing over something we have no control over!!!!
Hello to everyone here!! I originally posted on usmcwife 1st post and I see a lot of you are in here also. I just would like to say......When I receive my DD, I will update everyone. And I WILL take a screenshot for proof. Some people can be so negative towards a serious subject, we ALL want our money and when someone comes on here to give us an update that they or someone they know received their return we shouldn't be so negative and say not possible....YOU can BELIEVE everything the Government says if you want to, lol...their the ones we have to watch out for....sorry to be NEGATIVE, but thats a touchy subject...and different forum..lol...So with that being said....I promise I will come on here make you all aware of my file date, accepted date and time, and you will see proof of the DD date so i do not have to come back on here until next year, lol....I can't stand all the negativity!!! BE POSITIVE, HOPEFUL, AND POSITIVE THINGS WILL HAPPEN SOONER THAN LATER!!! HAVE A GOOD NIGHT ALL!!!
Because people are on here giving FALSE information and FALSE hope. Come on, use common sense.
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