anyone have their New Jersey accepted yet? they opened today and mine is still pending.
I received notice today tues 2/5 that nj state accepted return. Filed on 1/30
I dunno..last year after I got accepted, it was deposited a week later. I got accepted 1/30 so just waiting and the 1800 number doesn't say anything about 2012 return just 2011 refund..joisey sux
I don't know what is going on this year, but I filed my federal on the 23 and still have not been accepted.... I filed my state on February 1st and received an email yesterday saying that my state was accepted.
I filed end of Jan with TURBO, both accepted - same as past 7 years. I received my Fed within 2 weeks. I JUST received a letter this past weekend asking for copies of my SS card, last pay stub from 2012, W2 and letter I received to mail to state. Letter says once received they have 90 days to review. I mailed certified today - SUCH BS.
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