I am starting too think after being a turbo-tax user since they began, meaning when we had to pay $59.00 @ a Best Buy store, came in a cell phone looking box.. WAY BACK THEN!... I am truly disappointed! Said it was to DD on 2/1/2013 and call IRS if not received by 2/6/13. Today is the 9th. of February. Ironic part ( I was told that I processed the wrong account # through a banking card company.. I called twice too confirm this account information BEFORE I even filed with Turbo Tax. US Bank says that the Card company ( US BANK Accela Pay Card Center ) has the money and the IRS says they have sent it too Turbo Tax and Turbo Tax says that US BANK has it. I just feel SOMETHING ISN"T RIGHT! We all know it... I do appologize for anyone reading this LONG post. BUT.... my daughter has too have a second heart surgery.. HAVE TOO move immediately for her life, ( NO SOB STORY HERE) just real facts. So---- MANY of us ALL depend on this money and it stimulates the economy in the first and second quarters for the most. Our taxes are taken immediately and we should receive them just as FAST!!! Thanks for listening :) sincerely A OVERWHELMED MOM OF A SICK CHILD
I just checked WMR and it updated for me to receive a dd on 2/13 I filed on 1/29 accepted on 1/30 ordered transcripts yesterday at 10pm
GOT ACCEPTED ON THE 30TH AND GOT DD FOR THE 7TH. AND THE MONEY WAS IN THE ACCOUNT TODAY
Filed on 1/26......accepted on 1/28......just found out today my dd is scheduled for 2/8. Filed my sisters' on 1/27... she was accepted 1/29.....still processing. Filed my bfs on 1/28.....accepted 1/30.....still processing.
Filed 1/30 accepted 1/31 and my status is still processing
I was wondering does it give you your DD date on the Where's my refund page??
Just as a bit of information....for anyone that claimed education credits:Form 8863 for American Opportunity Tax Credit & Lietime Learning Credit, the IRS will not start processing these returns until mid-February. The IRS discovered during testing their system that modifications needed to be made to their system to process these returns properly. This information can be found on the IRS website under the "News and Events" tab at the top or on the IRS2Go mobile app under "Get the latest news" tab. Then go to "IRS to accept returns claiming education credits by mid-February" link. I hope that this will help some of you that claimed these credits. Good luck to everyone.
.I did find somewhere on the IRS website that WMR is shut down on Mon.-Sat anywhere from midnight or 3:30 am until 6:00 am and Sunday from midnight until 7 pm and sometimes Sunday 1 am to 7 am so I am guessing this could possibly be when they update the WMR system....so maybe keep that in mind when checking. hope this helps.
Im stil waiting....filed 01/29, accepted 01/30. Still no dd...ughhhhh : (
If you filed a return that has educational and some health care deductions/credits, the IRS is not yet ready to process those returns just yet. The estimated time frame for the processing of returns with those deductions/credits is March 1, 2013. I am in the same boat. This is a nation-wide delay due to the fact not many legislative things were not set in stone till after Jan 1, 2013.
I have a dd of 02/13 also...after being processing since 01/30.
I was accepted on 1/30 IRS didn't start to processing 2/1 ordered transcript on 2/7 received DD OF 2/13 on Saturday
Finally got dd date of 2/14. accepted on 1/31.. SO Relieved!!!
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