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The IRS usually says 21 days, but it usually doesn't take that long. Sometimes returns are pulled for review. 72 hours after the 30th you should be able to check the "Where's My Refund" and you should get a date on when to expect your direct deposit.
I checked first thing this morning at 6 AM and at 12PM it stated it was processing. Just checked now and the irs websited has no record. Has this happened to anybody else????
Typically, if you return is accepted (not just successfully filed) by 11am on Thursday, it will be a week from that Friday, but if you didn't quite make the deadline, it will be the following Friday. 8-15 calendar days is what the IRS usually says, as long as there are no problems with your return. (They are cracking down on returns with EIC more and more) With the IRS, no guarantees, just a probable date. After 72 hours, start checking http://www.efile.com/tax-refund/where-is-my-refund/ for your status. SOME people can get it as fast as 3 days, but they were probably randomly selected into a special test program IRS has been using to test how fast they can get returns processed and refunds, and typically they are single with no dependents or EIC. But, as I advise my clients, never count on the funds until they are actually in your account! :)
Filed on Jan 28. It was accepted and processed. Said dd was Feb 4th. Mondey deposited into account at 12:01 a.m. on Feb 2nd! Fastest I have ever seen
I dont get it.. if its being reviewed that means its in the process of getting accepted?
I checked and found that February 6th is the first date the govt. pays out refunds. So if your tax return was accepted then i would expect payment on February 6th.
I got mine this AM, I did them on 1/11 they were accepted on 1/25.
I filed mine on the 23rd it was excepted on the 26th, I filed my moms on the 27th hers got excepted on the 31st and she got her refund today, me, still nothing, do you think it could be because I had dependents and my refund was a lot more then hers?
i called the automated number and i couldnt figure out how to get a direct deposit date can anyone help
It should not take that long. I was approved on the 25th and got a dd of tomorrow my irs has already sent my funds, I used TT so it went to the Sbtpg first and my dep now shows up there they are set to sent it to my bank tomorrow and my funds will be there. They do not hold it because it is a DD. So from the time I got my dd to when my money came is about three days. Hope this helps.
Filed 1-23-13..... I was accepted on the 28th of jan.... My dd is sch. For 2-5-13...
I just checked mine after midnight it says mine will be deposited on feb 6 th
We filed my daughters on the 28th...it was accepted by the IRS the SAME day and she got her money in the bank SATURDAY and totally freaked her out, as she was expecting it to be later due to all the mess.
get mine tomorrow sbbt has it and sent it go to sbbt wmr still says approved google sbbt and go to the tax link sbptg.com
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