the wmr sited does not have any info on me called 8008291954 and was told that it would be dd on the 1st as well
The good thing now is that it flips over everynight at 3:30am
Mine was suppose to be dd today 2/1. It is not in my account yet.
Hey guys, maybe my answer will give you guys some peace of mind. I filed on Jan. 28th, I had the education credit, so I was held for 2 weeks and accepted on Feb. 14th. After about 18 days the WMR changed from Refund Processing, to just a message that said "Your refund is still processing, a direct deposit date will be provided when available. " on Mar. 8th (22nd day after it was accepted) I called the IRS. I spoke to a woman who SEEMED very knowledgable. She told me there was something wrong with my return, and a letter had been sent out to me. She said more than likely they needed a copy of my 1098-T for the education credit. But she couldn't see the letter. So I decided to just wait for the letter. During the next week I was stressed to the max. My status on the WMR would randomly change to "not able to find your information" causing me to panic. And no letter was received. Somewhere in there I received a letter from H&R Block stating that many who filed the Education Tax Credit would see delays of 4-6 weeks, and may be asked to provide more information to the IRS. At this point I was in tears, as I am due to receive a very large refund, am behind on rent and bills, and have NEVER experienced a delay in the 10 years I've been filing my taxes. So finally on Saturday March 16th I woke up and sleepily checked the IRS2GO App, which had become a morning ritual, expecting nothing to have changed. And there it was, a DD date of Mar. 20th, which is tomorrow. I never received a letter from the IRS, but looks like everything is ok now. It took 34 days from the time it was accepted to the DD date, a little longer than usual, but definitely not worth the stress caused by uninformed IRS phone agents. Hope this helps someone!!
i filed on the 28th looked on the irs site n it said feb 4th money would be in my bank account
Did through Turbotax 27th, As of yesterday (feb 2 2013) IRS website has a expect your refund date of Feb 6th in our account, which a friend said was the first date of refunds. Direct deposit to our bank. Woohoo! Hope that helped :)
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