And a refund date will be provided when available. What does this mean??? Anyone else get this and then get a dd date?
Mine says the same thing. My bar disappeared sometime over the weekend and mine still shows the exact same things your does. I do NOT like this new system. Easier my ass! LOL...anyone have any answers or advice would be greatly appreciated!
Mine changed from the generic message sometime last week. Checked WMR yesterday morning have a DD of 2/21. Be patient it's coming. I was never pulled for review, I know that because I called. I think it's just what pops up on the system when they're done and about to give you a DD. Good luck.
I am having the same problem. Says refund is still processing and a due date will be given when availble. =(
yes a date will appear my sister just said the same thing and now her date appeared
Minr says the same message. Still processing. I finally contacted a tax advocate who just called back and told me I have a DDD of 2/26. So hopefully that is true. I was one of the early acceptance ones with education credits. I will keep you guys updated if I actually get it Tuesday.
Why does SBTPG keep saying no records found? Any one with this same issue?I had my fees taken out for my federal refund and now for two weeks, it keep saying no records found! For WMR I get no orange bars along with message "Your tax return is still being processed. A refund date will be provided when available"
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