No, Turbo Tax has it as still pending. When I go to the NC Dept. of Rev. website, I get an obscure message stating that my return has not been processed but they are slightly ahead of last year's schedule. I filed very early both years. Last year, I already had my state return by this time, and this year it is still listed as pending.
I just got off of the telephone with the state and they said that they just started to accept tax returns yesterday 1/30 and that they are moving slowly. I told her that I filed on 1/14 and have been pending ever since. She said that they are accepting and beginning to process tax returns as of yesterday and to check the "where's my refund" tool on their site daily for updates.
I filed yesterday on 2/1 and both my NC state return and Federal return have been accepted within 24 hrs.
Email at 10:55 pm EST that my state (NC) taxes have been accepted!! Finally some progress!!!
Mine was accepted today! Now, I wonder how long to receive it!! :-)
my nc state was accepted today on turbotax and i got an email confirmation but when u go to nc state to check refund it says processing my fed was accepted on the 30th ans i still dont have a dd date yet
Filed turbotax feb 1. Fed processing and tonight state check has been written should take 2 weeks but its always less
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