No I have not. I called yesterday and again they are still processing. Told me to call back 8 to 12 weeks.
i filed my federal and state on jan.19 and it was accepted on jan.25. i have recieved my state on feb.6 and is still waiting on my federal its crazy how long it takes.
Yes - I received my Massachusetts refund today. Filed on 2/7/2013.
I received my mass taxes on feb 7th, I efiled, with dd, and had an accepted date of Jan 27th. Now my federal is a different story. I efiled with dd, and was accepted on jan 27th, and it says still processing on wheres my refund tool. This is making me insane, seeing just about everyone I know in mass is getting their federal days after there state. Also the state website said processing everyday and the day it was deposited it still said processing, then when the money cleared it changed on the site, which was odd. I hope the federal will be like that, just there and the webisite tool slacking. Lol!
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