okys as i promised when i found out was going on i would post it here. well here it is. mine was pulled for the eic child credits. she told me they mailed me form 886-h-eic and would have to follow its instructions. so i printed it off. here is my thing 2 of the 3 kids are my fiancee's. and from what i have found out threw verious tax companies including h&r block i can file her kids since they live with me and she isnt able to work there for has no taxable income and i am providing 100% support. and the kids dad does not pay child support so i am there soul provider. now i have to wait for the offical letter then let audit defense take over and the next day or 2 ill go get all the copies of documents there asking for. i hope this helps some of you out :) let me know if you have any questions hopefully ill be able to help out :)
New York State has yet to submit its annual budget, so everyone getting a message saying under further review relax, it's a delay tactic which doesn't mean you owe them anything, are being audited, or are losing your refund. The state once again has to shuffle money around to pay out what is owed! Typical, the folks with earned income credits, and live paycheck to paycheck, the low- mid income people are the ones getting this message!
Being accepted means the IRS has your return and it is being processed. However you may owe back taxes, and they may offset your refund. Call the IRS on Monday morning to see whats going on.
Nick that reference is responce to either an education credit you are claiming which the irs wont be processing till mid-feb. or any of the the other credits that are on a list which would not be processed till late-feb to the beggining of march. I had my return accepted on the 25th of jan. to find out that even though it has been accepted they wont be fully processing it till mid-feb because of the education credit I am claiming. bummer... hoping I am still get my refund by the 21 day mark which would be around the 15th.
I JUST TALKED TO MY STATE REVENUE DEPARTMENT, BECAUSE MY TURBO TAX SAID MY STATE WAS ACCEPTED ON THE 10TH AND NO FURTHER INFO WAS GIVEN......ACCORDING TO NEBRASKA, THE PROBLEM IS TURBO TAX!!!!!!!!! I WAS TOLD BY THE STATE THAT MY RETURN A REJECTED ON THE 4TH THEN RESUBMITTED BY TURBO TAX ON THE 10TH.....TURBO TAXS IP ADDRESS WAS THE ISSUE!!!! LAST YEAR I USE THEM!!!!!!!!
- rickeycoleman41 , security
have anyone ever received a e-mail from irs stating your refund is in the mail?
Im getting all this crap too omg im flipping out!!!!
You don't want big government but when it is your tax refund you want it yesterday. Well take two aspirin and wait several months!
In the old days that was normal.
In the old days that was normal.
Mine said I should have it direct deposited on Friday Feb 01 but I have not received them. I keep looking on Irs but it changes daily from no info to being processed. I have no clue what is going on....
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