The IRS did not begin processing returns until Jan. 30. The IRS will no longer promise when you will get your refund. Some states would not accept returns until the federal return was accepted.
I AM DELAYED BECAUSE OF THE EDUCATION CREDITS AND TT IS AWARE OF THAT. SO WHY ARE THEY SENDING ME AN EMAIL THAT MY RETURN WASNT SUFFICANT TO COVER THE FEES? AND THEY ARE GOING TO GO INTO MY CHECKING AND TAKE THEIR $66? CAN THEY EVEN DO THIS? THIS IS GOING TO TAKE GROCERIES AWAY FROM MY KIDS IF I DONT HAVE MY REFUND.
i will not be using turbo tax again i don't know when my money coming my return has no date and turbo tax giving late info. I have no date of my deposit just processing where's my refund
the netspend bank gave me this irs number 1-800-829-1954 maybe this will help someone,irs send sent to bank,it said if i dont get nothing in 4 days call them back,so looks like i have to wait''im not going with tt again,i have not recieved no e-mails or nothing''''im pissed'''''''''
Does anyone know how to sign up for the net spend card?
I am currently going on one hour on hold with Turbo Tax. I filed on the 21st on January. IRS accepted it on Jan 29th. Got an email about the education credit...which is fine, IRS is processing still as of yesterday. Today I checked and it says I'll be getting my refund sent on Tuesday but Turbo Tax send s me an email telling me that my refund isn't enough to cover the filing fees? WTF!!??!??! I have filed with Turbo Tax for over 6 years and never had a single problem. I am to the point of rage.
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