- Asked by Nick
- TurboTax Deluxe
Hopefully and I really just want to see progress that tomorrow I will have a dd date. I don't have any offsets or education credits so that's not the hold up. I also called the IRS and got general answers about they didnt start processing until the 30th and the man I spoke with was new (he told me) so really no new information.
I just checked WMR now and got a DD 2/6 my return was accepted on 1/28..
Just checked the SBBT site and they have it. WMR is still on the "approved" tab. Good luck! :)
Bank has received all or part of your income tax refund.
RT Disbursement Information
Bank has forwarded all or part of your income tax refund from the IRS to your financial institution on 02/05/2013, per the IRS refund delivery date.
As with all direct deposits, please allow at least 1-2 business days for your financial institution to post your refund in your account.
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